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rushing rainwater is swelling in creeks and ponding on road this morning. trees and debris are down in roads and yards and we're giving you a look at storm damage. >> right now we're surveying that damage. we have launched skyforce 10 to gesh yu that view from high above. you're going to see wet road this morning when you're head ld to work and school. more importantly, flooding on the roads.
first alert reporter jessica boyington is tracking the trachlkt i'm a little dizzy from that video. it's 46 outside. good morning. i'm tracy davidson with nbc news 10. >> and i'm vie sick machl we have you covered the morning. nbc 10's matt delucia is differ. watching the roads. bill, still raining this morning but nothing like what we saw last night. >> depending on where you are. right now the wet weather is to the west. dry in philadelphia. you can see a few sprinkles in delaware and some steady rain, light rain for berks county into the allentown area, chester county getting a few sprinkles
in western chester county and moving from maryland into central new castle county in delaware. keep an eye on the sky. there will be a few showers, but we'll also see breaks of sunshine. 50 degrees at 8:00 down to 49 at 11:00. the winds become more aggressive. blowing a few more showers through the area this afternoon. no severe weather, however. jessica boyington with your first alert traffic on the roads. >> we have one area closed. lincoln drive. now, we just saw some live video from skyforce 10 atop the scene a few minutes aelg. really, really deep flooding and a lot of individuals that are deep vehicles before they put the closures in place. you do not want to drive through
flooded waters. if you do see anything, you want to find an alternate route. there is a set of traffic lights out on the roosevelt boulevard. be prepared to watch out for police activity on the scene. here's 422, you can see we have a disashled vehicle. this morning we're getting a better view of some of the storm's damage from the air. >> nbc 10's matt delucia live from the air. it's still dark out but still how much can you see? >> we have some areas where we saw the flooding. we saw some of the flooding there on the street. earlier this morning i was over in west norriton and the areas by schuylkill. some of those spots are flooding as well. there's not a whole lot of daylight. it is a little bit difficult.
if you're heading out on the roadways, it's not a good idea to drive through any of the floodwaters especially as crews try to clear some of the damage and clear some of the storm drains and clear some of the water out of the way. we're heading throughout the area. county by county to show you what happened during the storm last night. as you all know, it was pretty powerful. right now we're heading toward salisbury and lehigh county where there was damage. right now as we head through skyforce 10, we're going to continue to give you updates trout hour. for now i'm leave, matt delucia, n"nbc 10 news." >> utilities across the region, they're working to restore power to more than 50,000 of their customers. >> our team coverage continues with nbc 10's drew smith. he's live in cherry hill, camden
county, drew, what's it like where you are? >> tray said and vai, the reason for the power outages is this. trees falling onto power lines. you can see there are a couple of lines wrapped underneath and the power company hasn't even gotten out there so far this morning to take a look at this spot. we're in cherry hill. this isn't the only area that got hit. we have video of trees and things that have come down. if you were outside during that, you could feel the intensity of the wind. that's why people tell us they're not at all surprised about the damage that they're sitting. >> i was sitting in it and the truck was just rattling back and forth as i was sitting there. >> the ground is so soaks. you can hear as you walk along here how wet and soggy it is. that might have something to do with how easily the trees get
uprooted and come right down. when they do, it causes power outages and problems as well. we're going to be checking in and bring you an update again in 30 minutes. >> from camden county we go to this road. you can see a couple of inches on the road right there. and this is the wind blown rain coming down in lehigh county. you can see sheets of rain in treks ler town and tries swayed in that strong wind that accompanied the heavy rain. the storm also left its mark in lancaster county. >> yeah. this morning the people there have a mess to clean up. winds also brought down medal siding and scattered debris hundreds of yards. families told us they took cover in their basementnd and when they stepped outside, they were
surprised to see the packet of destruction. >> pretty bad. there's damage around the area. it's sad because it's our neighborhood. we dnld think it would be that bad. >> it damaged nine farms and two schools. it's 6:07. weather has affected flights at philly international. about 23 flights canceled, a dozen delays. make sure you download our nbc 10 app on your phone or iphone. during the storm we're getting pictures and video of the heavy rain and video and damage from you. you can watch all of those on the man. tell us what you see as you head out this morning. >> seven minutes after 6:00. still tracking some showers in the area. not even's going to see them. unlike we what we had last
night, these are scattered. gusty winds, that's how we're starting off and they will stay with us this afternoon. the weekend will see warmer temperatures, but before we get to twekd, the temperatures have been coming down or we'd seeing it now. started in the upper 50s. 54 in philadelphia. it was 60 when we went on the air two hours ago. in fact, there's cape may. a few puddles on the roadway and some areas of flooding. in philadelphia, the cloud cover is not complete. you can see some breaks in the distance but we'll see more clouds coming through during the day and the temperatures will be coming down. 40s in reading and lancaster. we're seeing light rain. a.m. len town is seeing the light rain. it's moving in from the west and it will only by b rain.
temperatures are warming up. reading into berks county and see some sprinkles. scattered showers and gusty winds. a mostly cloudy day. you'll get some scattered showers and even at the shore where we're seeing the clouds break this morning. cape marks vineland, and dover, we'll see afternoon showers today and afternoonism turnly mostly cloudy. seven-day forecast when i'm back in ten minutes. a cautionary tale where we see people driving through flood watt ears. there's a pothole near fishtown that's been.
let's get you covered with the information about the conditions out there with first alert traffic roert. . jessica. we're seeing areas of road closures between maple a v knew and parkly road because of those downs wires. here's mass transit. the pay olih lowe line is slowi down. you want to get on the train. amtrak and jersey tran sick, d.a.r.t., patco the flooding is close. northbound between gypsy lane and wassen hicken avenue and vehicles circulate been dreesh u
through. right and watch as this did and vehicle. the flooding on 422 around route 100 has been cleared. the same storm system that impacted us last night left a trail of deadly damage in other parts of the county. >> and we're showing you some of the hardest hit place next. also cops in delaware are on the lookout for speeders. we'll tell you why they're posting on social media exactly where they're going to be. and sky force 10. nbc's matt delucia headed there to see the damage. we'll have an update coming up.
good morning. i'm nbc 10's matt delucia checking out last night's flooding. we're over the area of west chester, a little bit north of west chester heading toward 202 you might see in the distance, also 322. take look at the video of the flooding we did find in the past 30, 45 minutes. lincoln drive, we saw quite a bit of street flooding there. we saw some of those cars that were trying to make it through there. very dangerous situation as we wait for floodwaters to reseed. we're going to continue flying. heading toward salisbury township. matt delucia, n"nbc 10 news." it's 6:15. yesterday governor tom wolf say
he's balling cancer. >> it's very treatable it's reasonable to know that this will be dealt with. >> governor wolf said he'll start his treatment in the coming weeks. he did not elaborate on the type of treatment but he did say there will be no chemotherapy. >> more than two dozen cadets left the ka data with a possible cheating scandal. 29 are gone. police are not saying much about the gg including what kind of cheating they suspect. internal affairs began in december. newark police are cracking down on distracting driving and other offenses on the road. a new initiative means officers are cracking down on texters, speeders, swervers, and anyone
else breaking the law. they document want to charge fines. they just want them to pay attention. >> if we wanted to make money, number one, we wouldn't put out where we're going to be. every day on facebook we talk about where we're going to be. it's not rev new-based. they're just trying to see it going down. people damaged their casss when they hit a pothole. they couldn't see it because of water. one person was slightly injured. if you have to go over a pothole, aaa says slow down as much as possible, hold the steering wheel to avoid losing control. we have more advice on nbc.com
and the nbc 10 app. >> aaa must have been busy last night. >> for sure. let's collect in with jessica boyington, what are you seeing? >> we're seeing delays as if we needed help, we have an accident scene as well. this is 95 around cottman avenue. you see the accident here. three vehicles in involved. one, two, three. that's headed southbound and that's typically where we see a lot of delays in the morning time as it is. we don't have this lane closed right now. it's being blocked createsing quite a dangerous situation as cars approach this scene. you can see awe cars are approaching that and having to merge onto other lanes twochl lanes getting by. already a 24-minute drive time to the vine street expressway. speeds starting to slow down there. traffic lights out southbound and northbound between sunrise and whittingham and flood
updates in new jersey. one area doing poorly around the 295 and brook lawn. no closures but definitely lane restricti restrictions. i'll be back to update you in the next ten minutes. clouds are overhead. i'm tracking scattered light showers in the area and gusty winds. this camera really shows it. the wind is shaking the camera. that's the camera from south philadelphia at lincoln financial field. winds have been kbufting to more than 30 miles an hour in philadelphia with a steady wind at 14 miles an hour. we're mild. 54 degrees. but it's likely going to be cooler as the day goes on. we could see showers too. by 7:00, 51 degrees. look at the temperature trend hovering around the 50-degree mark. during the afternoon, it started
counselling down. by 7:00 it gets colder overnight. we'll break for sunshine. we'll get some breaks. look at the heavy downpars from philadelphia into delaware and south jersey and chester county as well. we won't see her rain but we l see showers. flood warnings still in effect in chester county. a flood warning for minor flooding that will impact portions of montgomery and chester county. for today, you can see the clouds. they are lingering to our west and producing some rainfall that
started off first thing this morning in lancaster, berks county, and lehigh county. it's still going but now it's inching in. the showers will be light today and then they'll be out of here for tonight. but a few umbrellas will be going up here tofrmd here's how it looks hour by hour. at 9:00, first showers moving through at 9:00 and the scattered showers, we'll get breaks of sunshine as those dry up. at 11:00, clouds to the north, sunshine to the south. but watch how the clouds come back and a chance of showers return early in the and scattered showered are likely i'll show you how the showers will be with us when i come back the with seven-day forecast. nbc 10 around the w
wissahickon creek. four people died in virginia. the governor there has declared a state of emergency. a suspected tornado tore through waverly, virginia, an hour west of norfolk. two adults and a 2-year-old boy died when winds destroyed their mobile home. police found another man dead inside his damaged home and strong winds may have caused a tractor trailer to flip on its side. the overturned tractor trailer led to barackbackups for more than an hour. there was a ban in place because of 50-mile-an-hour winds. and if you have the nbc 10 app on your phone, you knew first when storms dangerously close. our storm alerts gives you a 15-minute warning when it moves into your neighborhood and
warping you when it gets within ten miles of your location. it's also on the nbc 10 app. you can download it for three. unusually mild at 6:23. a new jersey lawmaker wants to lower the drinking age. we'll tell you how old he thinks is old enough and the price the state could pay if it changes the drinking game. and another look from skyforce 10. we're surveying the storm damage right now headed to lancaster county. nbc 10's matt delucia. i'll have another update for you in just a minute. ♪ i was on my way to work, the next thing you know, i was on the ground. ♪ the trash truck ran over both my legs. ♪ i had sixteen surgeries. ♪ i don't sleep through the night unless i have my medicine. ♪ my medical bills was piling up. my employer stopped paying me.
them and blocking off the roadway. southbound around cottman avenue, penndot crews on the scene. we'll have more when i come back. but right now let's get an update on the forecast. hey, bill. >> i'm tracking some light showers. you can see steadier showers in the redling area into allentown. it gets really cold saturday mornin morning. it's warm weather that will stay with us all new next week. all new at 6:30, boats turn a into a ball of fire at a marina. we'll tell you where this fire happened. a live look at skyforce 10. i told you a few minutes ago, it was headed to lancaster county. we turned it around because rain in that area makes it too dangerous so we headed back to the philadelphia area.
you'd better watch out. some roads are flooding this morning after last night's heavy rains, and there's more rain falling this morning. >> and now a live look at lincoln drive right now. police are on scene, but people are getting by. and some people are waking up to this. tre trees into homes, across lawns and yards. it is a mess in some places, and we have team coverage. good morning and welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> and i'm tracy davidson. still tracking the weather. nothing like the strong rain and
winds we saw and heard overnight. let's get you up to date. we're following up with bill henley. bill? >> this is a leave view from skyforce 10. you can see the city in the distance there with some clearing in the distance. just moments ago, it captured some of the rain that was coming down. this is the view from sky force. those are the showers that we see in the area. that's over chester county. that's not the only spot that's getting rain this morning. this is an area that's already under flood warnings. not a heavy rain fall. it's coming down at .001.0015. there's gusty winds blowing those through the area. winds at 20 miles an hour. trenton, the same story. those gusty winds will be ramping up this afternoon.
clouds and scattered showers this morning and even more likely we'll see more in the afternoon hours. look at the temperatures holding. i'll go through the forecast neighborhood by neighborhood when i'm back in ten minutes. jessica boyington has had a busy morning watching for flooded roads. jess jessie. >> yes. flooded roads and traffic light malfunctions and scenes. we do have an accident scene that was over into the left-hand lane. now it's a little difficult to see because the camera is on the other side of the traffic. this traffic moving over. police coming on the scene. it's at an unfortunate time. we start to see the delays headed southbound into center city, plus that accident scene, we probably won't recover for quite some time because we're seeing delays. northbound doing a little bit better. dealing with a set of traffic lights that are out and malfunctioning, so be prepared
to run into police activity. reports of flooding on 130. on 295 around brook lawn circle and around 122. more on the updates when i come back. >> thank you, jesse. the storm downed trees and power lines and affected electricity for many people. 20,000 customers are still without power. we have team coverage this morning and with the sun coming up, we'll give you a better idea of the storm damage across the area. >> drew smith is live. what are you seeing? >> anything loose, little leaves or branches, they got blown around your yard. over here i want to show you some of the electrical components that got knock off
the power pole here. any downed line you may assume is live. you don't want to get near that. that's a reminder for you if you see downed lines like that on your street. over here this was a big problem in the neighborhood. it turned and on the street. it cut power to this area. we're seeing this all over our area this morning. you may have heard this in your bedroom last night if you were inside. this was a violent storm. listen to what people describe they heard during the height of it. >> windows were rattling and there's a lot of trees over there, so i thought it could have happened to that building also. >> i was a little bit nervous. it's kind of a scary thing that you don't think it could happen to you. everyone was okay. no one was in the building. r and right here these people are fortunate because the tree did not fall on their home. it went the other way. unfortunately it's in the street. it means the company will have
to come out with a chainsaw and try to untangle all the wires so people can get to work this morning. we know the power outages are dropping by the hour. i'm drew smith on nbc 10 news. >> drew, thanks. matt delucia is live. he had to turn around because of rain that bill henley has been tracking. matt, you're over delco right now, right? >> reporter: that's right, tracy. we passed over clifton heights near darby toward philadelphia. we're heading to that spot that jessie was talking about, brooklawn circle. we duh see flooding by lincoln drive. you need to watch out as you head out this morning. you did mention we were heading toward lancaster county toward coatesville. we encountered rain. we're heading back to try to show you a little bit more of the damage. in fact, even right now, geefrt a few sprinkles hitting our
windshield. so right now as we look to get more daylight, we've not seen too much in the way of flooding on streets. especially the ones that are far off from the rivers, but those areas by the rivers, the creeks, the screens, those roadways where we have seen minor flooding as a result of this, some of the creeks and screens, it's exceeded that at a certain point. we're going to continue in the distance. a little be it of a clearing as we head east. for now we're live. i'm matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> thank you, matt. we're also seeing damage in montgomery county. and cars drove slowly through this flooding on old york road. let's take you live where this storm left three feed of water in this basement. this is home of the butter fielding.
they had to pump out all this watter and clean up this mess. good luck to them. >> this also took down power lines. >> a family managed to get out after this this car got stuck. it was in pottstown noekt a swollen creek. the man said his car engine died as the water continued to rise to knee level and it brought his 1-year-old daughter who was in the car to tears. >> it was pretty bad. i called the ambulance before anything else happened. >> crews diverted people around the area to prevent anyone else from getting stuck. >> check out this time-lapsed video. this is what it looked like when the rain and wind rolling through.
lightning was caught by our towercam. are you following us? i tweeted it out a minute ago. we're always tweeting during the show. you can send us pictures which helps us with our coverage. it's 6:39 and 53 degrees outside. new at 6:00, take a look at this picture. firefighters attempt to put out a fire in cape may county. the boats caught on fire last night at the mid mar marina in ocean view. we're expecting an update from new jersey state police this morning. >> 21 minutes before 7:00. it's a mild morning but still a bit damp. i'm tracking some light rain showers in the area and gusty winds that will kick in and bring our temperatures down this morning. showers, winds today, and sunshine for the weekend with a warmup. but before we get to that, the temperatures will be falling. you'll feel it today. right now, 47 degrees in
reading. started off in the 50s when we went on the air at 4:00 in the morning. it's been a steady light rain. philadelphia, clouds overhit. sunshine will start things off in cape may. 48 degrees there. you can see the clouds moving through the philadelphia area. this is a view from the nbc 10 studios. a little bit of a breeze here at the station, but gusty winds and here's the rain. some steadier showers moving through berks county into lee hie county. allentown is getting some light rainfall and into chester county and now delaware and south jersey are seeing isolated showers. by 9:00 it's tapers off and heading into the pocono mountains. we always see rain. we'll get some breaks of sunshine. watch what happens as we go into the afternoon hours. showers redevelop. they'll be scattered light showers. you may still need your umbrella
at times during the day today. your neighborhood by neighborhood forecast, windy but wet. all into the low 50s. gusty winds in doylestown. you'll see some breaks of sunshine but a mostly cloudy afternoon. we'll see showers in dover, veenland, and cain machlt in wilmington, weeds grow. low 50s today. we'll get sunshine breaking through and clouds return with a chance of some showers later today. but there is some warmer weather on the way. the weekend. we've got the seven-day forecast when i come back. >> the weekend. it's friday even right now. what they can use is a duck boat. >> you need to take it easy but jessica has more. >> that's right. a duck boat would be useful but
most of us don't have that luxury. we're going to take a look at lincoln drive where we have the closure. right now this is live at gypsy lane. we do have reports of flooding there. obviously not in this camera. they're on the scene blocking the roadway so cars have to turn off. right now it's closed on lincoln drive due to that extreme flooding. earlier we did see vehicles traveling through. they're being blocked from heading in that drekd. if you do come across, you do not want to drive through it we did have that earlier accident scene. now we're starting to see the slowdown. again, right around cottman avenue. for septa, we're seeing some delays in the thornsdale line.
they're running with fewer cars. a judge is defending his position to deny bill cosby an appeal. >> why the judge won't be delaying the case and when he says cosby can file an appeal. lowering the drinking age. a lawmaker wants to lower the age and when he thinks one is old enough to have a beer. as we head to break, a look at this here. wi eat have an update coming up. slow, building african-style m
over 130 in brooklawn, camden county. what are you seeing there, matt? >> reporter: vai and tracy, this is an area that always floods. they're trying to make their way through the remaining flood water. it had been closed, the circle by 130, new broadway. this area had been shut down. just reopened within the past couple of minutes. we saw a worker a few minutes ago clear that storm andre you see out there in the distance and that did help to get some of those floodwaters to start receding and then we started to see some of the vehicles mao through here. still you have this kind of situation in many areas, especially here in south jersey wrrks you have to be careful making your way through the floodwaters. again, if it does look too deep or you don't know what the conditions are, it's best to turn around. we haven't seen too much. it just reopened. we're going to keep a live look on the conditions. >> we talked with penndot about the dangers of trying to drive through the flooded areas like we saw earlier this morning on
lincoln drive. >> all it takes is 6 inches of water to cause you to loose control of your car. >> if you see water, turn around and avoid it. >> we have more for you. just open the nbc 10 app. happening today in pittsburgh judge michael eakin facing a scandal. he could be removed from the bench if he violated conduct rules over inappropriate e-mails. eakin's lawyer called the hearing a major step in the case. it's 6:48 and 54 degrees. a camden county church will hold a forum after someone stole their "black lives matter" signs twice in two weeks.
vandalists whipped down the sign. the goal was the prompt discussion. organizers say today's discussion will discuss the current climate race in america. it's open to the public. a pennsylvania judge says comedian bill cosby has no right to a criminal appeal in the sex assault case against him. cosby wants the case thrown out because he had a deal with former district attorney bruce castor that he would never be prosecuted. the judge ruled earlier this month no such deal exists. cosby is accused of drugging and molesting a student university employee in 2004. they'll decide if they hear the appeal. the judge said cosby can file a post-jury trial if convicted. previous efforts to lower
the drinking age have not gotten very fair partly because the state would lose federal money. a law calls for cutting highway funding for states that reduce the drinking age below 21. ten minutes before 7:00. the big storms are out of here, but we still have some cloud this morning and i'm tracking some showers. and temperatures that have been cooking down. 54 degrees in philadelphia and it's windy. the winds are steady at 14 miles an hour but gusting to more than 4020-inch miles an hour in the area. there's sunshine peeking through the cloud cover. you can see the flag, too, glowing in that sunlight achlt breezy start and for some areas, it's been a rainy morning. unfortunately some of those areas are under flood warnings this morning. flood warnings continue. that's through 5:00 this afternoon. and the school cool river,
that's until 5:00. clouds, they're across pennsylvania. you see clouds in new jersey. look at this. more showers. steadier showers. following through coatesville and on the way to king of prussia this morning. we see light showers in delaware and new jersey and there are more showers in store as we go through the afternoon. keep an umbrella handy. it won't be the strong severe weather. on and off with light temperatures peeking. winds out of the west at 15 to 22 miles an hour. possibly some gusts this afternoon. and riding in on that wind, colder conditions for tomorrow. we'll see gusty winds that will finally settle down but that
mean as colder morning on saturday. 25 degrees. saturday afternoon, nice rebound, 45. but the real warmup comes on sunday near 60 degrees. and the mild weather stays with us well into next week. breezy and warm for monday, 58 with sunshine. tuesday, partly sunny. 57 wednesday. >> eight minutes before 7:00 right now. we've been warning you all morning about flooding on some area roads. >> tell us where the difficult spods are. >> we have a few to navigate. for the most part on lincoln drive we do have that closed northbound between gypsy lane and wissahickon avenue. if there is a chance that you'll come to some flooding and you don't see police activity there, still don't drive through the area. your best bet is to drive around or turn around and be 10 to 15 minutes late. there's also a road closure
right outside of route 309. closed between maple avenue and barclays road this morning. the 42 freeway starting to see big delays right here. on the northbound side you can see we're at a standstill headed northbound right around the northbound side so you can see the drive time is starting to climb up there and pretty much what we've seen the worst of this morning for the window spots wchl very ponding over into the center medial. coming up a check of the day's headlines and the stories you need to know as you head out the door. >> here's a live look along gypsy lane. it's blocked with flooding. we saw cars there this morning. we have live team coverage coming up.
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we're a few minutes before 7:00. time to check on the stories. this morning, our top story, storm damage. >> let's start with matt delucia. he's live over storm team 4. what do you see? >> you see smooth going here in terms of trachlkt usually we see this gas station flood and the waters over here usually spill out onto the roadway, but not right now. it does look really good. let's look up here. i want to show you one quick thing where we see out in the zis tans. more rain is on the way.
we're going to look at that. >> reporter: i'm drew smith live in cherry hill. this is a neighborhood we're in right now. you can see the tree also brought down power lines. that can get dangerous. they'll take a look at this. right now this tree has blocked it and we're seeing a lot of damage from last night's intense storm. do you have an app? you can watch all of the videos. we want to see what you're seeing. go to the nbc 10 app. i'm jessica boyington. right now we're looking at a live picture of what's going on.
you see cars diverting on. you can see it. other reports of flooding in new jersey around 225. here's 95. we're doing a bit better. that accident cleared out of the way. it was over here to the shoulder. you can see on the southbound side we're back to 31 minutes. we're back into center city. tracking shower this morning. not heavy. but it's starting to dry in western berks county. the rain is falling onary yas that have already seen minor flooding. scattered showers in new jersey and in philadelphia, a flood warning for the schuylkill river until tomorrow morning. we're not going to see a lot of rain today but we will see more scattered showers as the day goes on as well as gusty winds. winds are gusting to nearly 30
miles an hour. >> thanks, bill. the "today" show is up next. with keep up to date with the latest. >> remember, you can always get the nbc 10 app. good morning. breaking overnight, fierce storms move up the east coast after slamming the south. >> took my truck up in the air and glass is coming in. >> a new round of tornadoes killing at least four people in virginia. heavy rain and high winds knock out pow across the northeast and in the midwest a crippling blizzard. mitt romney jumps into the presidential fray taking on donald trump. >> i think we have good reason to believe that there is a bombshell in donald trump's taxes. >> trump insist tlg is nothing there. when will he release his return? hurt and humiliated. erin andrews in tears after