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right now on nbc 10 news today, round two is heading our way. nbc 10 first alert radar is tracking a second storm that will take aim at our region starting tonight. and you may want to take advantage of the lull today, to get your errands done and prepare for our next go-around with mother nature. here's a live look outside at eighth and market in center city. the first alert forecast is straight ahead. good morning, everybody. welcome to nbc 10 news today. i'm ted greenberg. it is 9:00 on this sunday morning, january 25th. thanks so much for being with us. most of our sunday is looking quiet, but things start to change late tonight. first alert meteorologist brittney shipp is tracking a
messy start to the workweek. brittney, good morning. >> good morning. it's a first alert weather day as we head into our overnight hours tonight, we will see light snow moving in and it is going to affect your monday morning commute. expect messy conditions tomorrow morning. there's a live look at boathouse row. it doesn't seem like we have a big snowstorm coming. it's nice and quiet, but changes are on the way. you can see the flags are blowing there, we're dealing with a bit of a windshield. here are the details on the first alert weather day, goinging in effect at 10:00 p.m. tonight, lasting all the way until tuesday. snow late tonight, messy morning commute. it's been extended until tuesday, because we're also tracking the possibility of a major storm late monday heading into tuesday. it's part of the same system but we're going to watch and see as it intensifies off the coast. but a dry start. snow expected tonight, and this is the clipper system that is going to head our way, as we head into the rest of today heading into tonight. that's when the light snow moves in. our current temperature is at 38 degrees in philadelphia 38 in
pottstown, 31 in the poconos. today's high at 41 degrees. i'll have your full forecast coming up. >> all right, brittney. while south jersey escaped the last winter storm, people there are expecting to get hit with the next one. nbc 10's matt delucia is live along the atlantic city expressway in hamilton township. hi matt. >> reporter: hi. the drivers are telling me that the roads really are not bad right now. some of the side streets are a little slick, but the major roads like the atlantic city expressway out here just damp for the moment. and the folks out here realize that later tonight, the snow will be on the way. now, we were over in pennsylvania yesterday and plows were out for much of the day, and penndot told us they will be watching the roads all day today and deciding on how to attack this storm as it approaches. most of the salting and plow crews are getting some rest right now, ahead of the clipper system. they're talking with drivers this morning out here. some of them are heading to the shore. one man runs a hotel in ocean city. he says it's not an option. he has guests coming and he has
to stay open. so for now, it's all about getting ready. >> so how are you preparing for it? >> it's a good question. i'm going down there today to make sure my staff is ready for the snow. make sure we're lined up for the plows and people that are going to clear the sidewalks, to the hotel. >> reporter: and here in the parking lot of the farley plaza, the salt you can see, is down here on the asphalt. and that should give us a head start, as the snow begins to fall. but some of the untreated surfaces though could have some black ice, so do watch out for that if you are heading out this morning. live along the atlantic city expressway, i'm matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> and parents, now is a great time to sign up for nbc 10 school closing alerts in the event your child's school is affected by the weather, we'll alert you via text or e-mail immediately. all it takes is your cell phone number or e-mail address. it's easy to track the snow with the nbc 10 first alert weather app. you'll get alerts radar, and the latest forecast right on your smartphone or tablet.
download it for free at the app store. new from overnight in philadelphia investigators are looking into the cause of two fires. flames broke out around 3:30 at the deli on toursdale avenue in the wissinoming section of the city. officials say several fires broke out inside. no one was hurt. the other fire happened at this dry cleaners on skeeter avenue and 55th street in cobb's creek. this happened just before 11:30 last night. the fire chief tells us the apartments above the store were vacant. no one injured there either. we have new information about a shooting near rowan university's campus. within the last ten minutes, we've learned that the victim is a freshman at the school. the shooting happened outside the campus crossing apartments on mullica hill road around 1:00 this morning. police say the victim is in stable condition and should make a full recovery. multiple people were taken into custody. happening now in kent county, family and friends are searching for a delaware mother who has been missing for more than two weeks. keisha hamilton and her two kids
were the subject of an amber alert. a search party met on main street and chesswald about an hour ago, and is now looking for any clues into her disappearance. hamilton was last seen at her home in smyrna on january 9th. the amber alert was issued the next day. that night, indiana state police found the kids safe with their father cortez hamilton but the mom was not with them. neighbors tell nbc 10 that she and her husband had domestic problems. cortez hamilton now faces charges of endangering the child's welfare and assault. he has since been extradited back to delaware and is being held in a correctional center near smyrna. tomorrow morning in burlington county a community will come together to remember a newborn who police say was set on fire and killed by her own mother. a memorial service for the infant is scheduled for 11:00 a.m. at browns mill's united methodist church in pemberton. witnesses found the baby on fire in the middle of simontown road
on the night of january 16th. police say the newborn's mother hyphernkemberly dorvilier used an accelerant to set the girl on fire. she is charged with murder and remains in jail after not posting bail. a new theft trial is set to begin this week for a former philadelphia police officer. gerald gibson is accused of taking some marked bills that he was in charge of during a drug sting. a jury could not reach a verdict during his last trial. gibson is the former son-in-law of former pennsylvania governor tom corbett. still ahead this morning, how japan is reacting to new demands from isis militants, after they claim to have killed a japanese hostage. and president obama is getting a warm welcome, half a world away. the purpose of his visit to india, and what's on his itinerary, when we come right back. ed thousands of people let go of all the hassle that comes with selling or trading in. we make selling your car truck or suv fast, safe and fair with three simple steps: one -- get your free online valuation.
and it's a first alert weather day on this sunday as we head into our overnight hours overnight, light snow moving in. it will linger for your monday morning commute. as we take a closer look at what you can expect to see today, we'll see a mix of sun and clouds and dry conditions but that changes again after 10:00 p.m. with snow expected to move in. and a closer look at our radar shot, that's the clipper that's heading our way. it's going to be fast-moving throughout today, so it will get to us closer to 10:00 or 11:00, you should start to see light snow right along the i-95 corridor and parts of lancaster county. on and off snow expected through most of your monday continuing into monday night. we are going to watch this system to see if it's going to strengthen, reintensify, and then bring us a whole another round of heavier snowfall monday night into tuesday. i'll go over all the details in my first alert seven-day forecast. ted? >> all right. brittney. at ten minutes after 9:00 happening now, president obama
is in india, meeting with that country's prime minister over the next few days. he and the first lady arrived in new delhi overnight. officials greeted the president with an elaborate welcome ceremony at the presidential palace. president obama then laid a wreath at a memorial for gandhi. the white house says the goal of the trip is to strengthen the relationship between the two leaders, in an effort to make progress on climate change defense, and economics. it's the first time a president has visited india twice during his time in office. this morning, president obama offered condolences to the japanese prime minister after isis released a video online which claims they have killed one of two japanese hostages. the islamic state group is now demanding a prisoner exchange for the second man being held. the militant group initially wanted $200 million to free the men. that deadline passed on friday. today, japan's prime minister said the isis video is likely authentic and that he is speechless following the news of the hostage's parent death.
he says japan will not give into terrorism and once again called for the release of the second man being held. new this morning, a deadly attack in nigeria. the military in that african nation says boko haram extremists killed and wounded dozens of people in the city of maiduguri. also this morning, a truck bomb explosion in kabul, afghanistan. this is all that's left of a gas station nearby. afghan police said they stopped a truck packed with explosives trying to enter the capital. that's when the vehicle blew up. so far no word on any deaths or injuries. it's the first attack in kabul in three weeks. police believe anti-government insurgents were behind the blast. and in ukraine, a rocket attack yesterday left at least 30 people dead. it happened in the strategic port city of marupol.
ukraine is blaming pro-russian rebels calling the aerial blitz a terrorist attack. the u.s. are demanding that russia stop supporting the rebels. still ahead, we'll meet this weak's wednesday's child. and meteorologist brittney shipp is tracking the next winter storm headed our way. brittney? >> that's right, conditions stay dry throughout the day today, but as we head into our overnight hours and into tomorrow that's when things get interesting. it's a first alert weather day, we want you to stay safe especially for your monday morning commute. i'll go over the details, what you can expect for the next couple of days with the snow coming up in my full forecast.
9:00, 36 degree. we are tracking another winter storm, as we take a live look at boathouse row in philadelphia. the sun is shining in many places right now, but snow will be moving in starting tonight. meteorologist brittney shipp will have our first alert forecast in less than a minute. people in the lehigh valley are bracing for another round of winter. the last storm dmpumped up to 8 inches of wet, heavy snow across that area. it helped if you had a snow blower instead of a shovel. and at rockland park in bethlehem, kids finally got a chance to break out the sleds for the very first time this winter. >> because we got a new snowboard over there. and it was fun when we went down the hill. >> and our meteorologists say the lehigh valley is in the path of this back-to-back storm system now heading our way. good morning. we'll see a dry start as we head into the rest of your sunday
but overnight, light snow moves in and that's going to make for a messy monday morning commute. we're also tracking if that system restrengthens and it could become a possible nor'easter with significant snowfall monday night, heading into tuesday. but a look outside right now, you can see the sun is shining. a mix of sun and clouds 38 degrees, humidity's at 70%. wind speeds out of the west-southwest at 17 mirs,les per hour dealing with a bit of a windshield. a little bit colder than our actual temperatures. 37 in westchester, 39 in wilmington. temperatures in stone harbor at 40 degrees. and we're at 38 to start off your sunday in atlantic city. our satellite radar shot shows clouds will continue to increase as we head into the rest of today. it is ahead of this clipper system that's bringing snow right now to chicago, rain to st. louis, starting to track here to the east as we continue to go into the rest of today. so a closer look at how your day will break down. we stay dry throughout your
sunday, but after midnight even as early as 10:00 or 11:00 p.m. we start to see light snow moving in. you can see it's going to be light and widespread right around midnight. and that's right along the i-95 corridor, parts of south jersey into the suburbs and lancaster county. this will continue into your early morning hours. by the time you get up and head to work, expect to see slick road conditions. take your time getting into work tomorrow. for allentown, that's more of a moderate snowfall coming down closer to 8:00 p.m. again, this will continue on and off throughout the day. this is a light snowfall 1 to 3 inches by monday as we head into your monday evening. here's where things get interesting, monday night into tuesday, we could see this storm system intensifying as it works its way up the northeast, bringing another round of snow monday night into tuesday. your snow total through your monday evening commute, this is going to be light at first. so 1 to about 3 inches. 3 inches for philadelphia close to that for wilmington same thing for the poconos, into the sushs.
some of the amounts are a little bit less closer to the shore, but we could really see our snowfall totals add up with this system, as it intensifies. we're watching track, watching if it's going to strengthen and that's the possibility for us to see the heavy snow. this is what one of the models is suggesting if all those conditions come together for us monday night into tuesday. so this could be a possible storm total. this is from sunday night, heading into tuesday. we could see 8 to 10 inches for parts of burlington county south jersey the i-95 corridor could pick up 6 to 8 inches with the heaviest snow coming down monday night, heading into tuesday. and then once this system continues to pull away and heads off to the northeast of us on tuesday, take a look at some of these wind speeds, gusting up to about 41 miles per hour in atlantic city. then we're dealing with blowing snow. so we're going to keep you updated on this situation. it continues to change but here's what to expect so far. a dry start on your sunday, snow after 10:00 p.m. a messy monday morning commute.
we could see anywhere from 1 to 9 inches through monday. and additional snowfall monday night into tuesday if we get that clipper restrengthening and moving up the northeast. for today, temperatures range between 35 and 40 degrees, cloudy and dry. your seven-day forecast shows a cold day tomorrow with the snow. temperatures stay in the 30s for our daytime highs. same thing on tuesday and a bitter cold start to the morning on wednesday, with temperatures starting off in the teens. >> all right, brittney. time now for this week's wednesday's child. he's a tech whiz who loves to stay busy and this teen is looking for a forever family to help make his dreams come true. nbc 10's vai sikahema introduces us to brandon. >> we met brandon on a recent trip to the garden state discovery museum in new jersey. brandon is a highly functional autistic 14-year-old. he's a sweet kid who loves electronics and staying busy. >> brandon is a techie. like, he loves playing on his tablet playing on his ds.
a lot of times i come over and we play angry birds on the ipad. he loves playing with electronics and he's good at navigating them. >> reporter: he currently lives in a foster home and would do well in a home with structure and guidance. >> i think brandon would do very well in a two-parent home or a single-parent home. what's most important, he needs structure and a routine. he needs to know that things are consistent for him with his schedule and day-to-day activities. >> reporter: the ideal family is patient and loving. they'll also be able to advocate for his needs. >> i think that they need to be patient with him. it's going to be an adjustment for him when he does move into a new home a forever home but i think the you just give him patience and guidance he will succeed in a family. >> reporter: brandon is ready for his forever home. >> i just think he's a great kid. he really deserves to have a family. >> brandon is this week's wednesday's child. >> and if you would like the to make brandon's dream come true or the dream of any child sponsored by the dave wednesday's foundation, go to nbc10.com and search
by late tonight. it is a clipper that could turn into a nor'easter. meteorologist brittney shipp will have all the details, coming up in your full first alert forecast. a different weather system blew across blew powerful winds across southern california yesterday. the gusts toppled trees and power poles, while damaging buildings. tens of thousands of people lost electricity. lifeguards in malibu had to rescue some kayakers who were blown out to sea. at a republican summit in iowa new jersey governor chris christie is sidestepping activists who doubt he's conservative enough to be president. last night, protesters heckled christie and former texas governor rick perry, over immigration policies. christie joked to the audience saying don't they know i'm from new jersey? the governor still hasn't declared himself a white house candidate for 2016, but he told conservatives, they shouldn't let his blunt style turn them off. >> i can tell you that you'll
always know who i am. you'll always know what i believe. and you'll always know where i stand. >> christie said he's an example of someone who's won campaigns in blue states while being true to conservative principles. well the super bowl here on nbc 10 is just one week away and crews in arizona are putting the final touches on the stadium. that includes 180,000 l.e.d. lights. it will be the first time the super bowl will be played under all l.e.d. lighting. the upgrade also includes faster internet at the venue. super bowl xlix kicks off next sunday as the new england patriots take on the seattle seahawks in glendale arizona. there's only one place to see the game and all those much-talked about commercials. right here on nbc 10. and today, our keith jones and comcast sportsnet's john clark arrive in arizona. look for team coverage on-air and online leading up to the big game. tonight, we'll have a different competition on nbc 10.
the miss universe pageant. contestants from 88 countries will gather in miamiaécr for the event. nia sanchez will represent the u.s. she is the first person from nevada to be crowned miss usa. the "today" show's natalie morales will host the pageant, which airs right here on nbc 10 at 8:00. 9:26 now. when we come right back here on nbc 10 news odtoday, an update on the approach of the next winter storm. nbc 10's matt delucia is live along atlantic city expressway where drivers are bracing for a messy start to the workweek. matt? >> reporter: ted, it may not be shore weather, but i've been talking to folks who are headed to the jersey shore today, and we'll tell you how they're preparing for snow coming up. >> and it's a first alert weather day. i'll tell you when to expect the snow and how long it's supposed to stick around. i'll break it down for you coming up in my first alert weather forecast.
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this morning. looks good now, sunny at the jersey shore, but starting tonight, it could be a different story. the shore ends some areas of south jersey which just saw rain yesterday, will likely be seeing snow this time around. good morning everybody. i'm ted greenberg. welcome back to nbc 10 news today. it's 9:30 on this sunday morning, january 25th. thanks so much for being with us. meteorologist brittney shipp is busy tracking the approaching storm, but right now, brittney it's nice out there. >> it is nice. you'll still be able to get all of your errands in on this sunday. as we head into tonight, that's when things get a little bit more interesting. let's take a live look outside right now. you can see a mix of sun and clouds. it won't be until 10:00 or 11:00 this evening tonight, when we start to see light snow moving in, and once it starts to move in, it will be on and off through our overnight hours and that will lead to a messy monday morning commute. we're also tracking significant changes that could lead to a major snowstorm late monday into tuesday. so the clipper moves offshore.
it strengthens and also works its way up the coast, we could see an additional 5 to 7 inches of snowfall. so we're watching this forecast very closely, because it continues to change. but the clipper is on its way. it's going to get here into our overnight hours. 10:00 or 11:00, light snow. for sure you'll see a messy monday morning commute. and then we'll give you more updates on what you can expect monday night heading into tuesday. >> and as brittney told us the snow could make for a messy monday morning rush hour but depending on how this storm develops, south jersey and much of our area could get quite a bit of snow. nbc 10's matt delucia is live along the atlantic city expressway in hamilton township. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, ted. the sun is coming out and warming things up a little bit. so some of that black ice is starting to melt. the folks out here in south jersey realize that the conditions will only worsen as we get later into the night with that snow approaching. now, take a look here. this is something we were seeing quite a bit of the past couple
of weeks. salt trucks all of a sudden and we're in pennsylvania. plows were out through much of the day, yesterday. penndot told us they would be watching the roads all day today and deciding on how to tackle this next storm as it begins its approach. now, out on the atlantic city expressway this morning, we haven't seen any crews out here just yet, but i have been talking with drivers this morning. some of them are heading to the shore and they talked about their trip so far. >> were you expecting it to be a little bit icy? >> a little bit icy, but it was fine. >> we're excited! we're going to get snowed in in atlantic city. >> so you're going to plan to stay out there for as long as it lasts, right? >> yep. >> reporter: some people love the snow others hate it. but out here in the parking lot of the farley plaza, the salt is down. we've seen this all over the area and that should offer a little bit of a head start as the snow begins to fall later on. live along the atlantic city expressway this morning, i'm matt delucia nbc 10 news. >> and parents, now is a great time to sign up for nbc 10's
school closing alerts in the event your child's school is affected by the weather, we will alert you via text or e-mail immediately. all it takes is your cell number or e-mail address. and it's easy to track the snow with the nbc 10's first alert weather app. you'll get alerts radar, and the latest forecast right on your smartphone or tablet. download it for free at the app store. we have new information about an overnight shooting near rowan university's campus. police confirm the victim is a freshman at the school. the shooting happened outside the apartments at mullica hill road around 1:00 this morning. police say the victim is in stable condition and should make a full recovery. multiple people were taken into custody. in philadelphia investigators are trying to figure out what caused several small fires inside a corner deli. flames broke out around 3:30 a.m. on toursdale avenue in the wissinoming section of the city but they were put out in a matter of minutes. no one was hurt. a philadelphia police officer is being treated for minor injuries after his car was
rear-ended. nbc 10 on the scene at 52nd and market in cobb's creek. that accident happened around 2:30 this morning. police arrested the driver who they suspect was drunk. happening now in kent county, family members are asking their community to help them search for a missing delaware mother. keisha hamilton and her two kids were the subject of an amber alert two weeks ago. a search party met along main street in chesswald this morning and is now looking for clues into her disappearance. hamilton was last seen at her home in smyrna on january 9th. the amber alert was issued the next day for the mother and her children. that night, indiana state police found the kids safe with their father, cortez hamilton but keisha hamilton was not with them. neighbors told nbc 10 she and her husband had domestic problems. cortez hamilton faces charges of endangering the children's welfare and assault. he's since been extradited back to delaware and is being held in a correctional center near smyrna. a memorial service is set
for tomorrow morning in burlington county for a newborn who was set on fire and killed allegedly by her own mother. community members will gather for the service at brown's mills united methodist church in pemberton at 11:00 a.m. witnesses found the baby on fire in the middle of simontown road on the night of january 16th. police say the newborn's mother hyphernkemberly dorvilier used an accelerant to set the girl on fire. she is charged with murder and remains in jail after not posting bail. in montgomery county, loved ones and friends remembering a family murdered by a relative. funeral services were held yesterday for aaron flick, with his wife patricia and their teenage daughter nina. they were shot to death december 15th inside their home. mourners braved wintry weather yesterday to attend the flick's memorial service. authorities said it was difficult to figure out legal next of kin, because so much of the family was killed. bradley stone murdered the family while they slept.
tricia flick was his ex-wife's sister. stone also killed his ex-wife, her mother and her grandmother. his teenage nephew survived after being stabbed. stone died thefection day next day of a drug overdose. his killing spree followed a bitter custody battle with his ex-wife. this morning, we have new information on a shooting in wilmington new castle county. police tell us an 18-year-old has died after someone shot him in the head. this happened at 21st and washington last night. investigators are now looking for suspects in the case. police in wilmington are also looking for two bank robbers. they held up the wells fargo along the philadelphia pike yesterday morning. investigators say one man demanded cash from the tellers while a second man controlled the customers. according to officers they got away with some cash. a possible new case of measles in a city not far from philadelphia. we'll tell you where that's being investigated and whether it might be related to the
and it's a first alert weather day. take a closer look at our satellite radar. you can see clouds will increase, but it's going to be a dry start. we expect snow after 10:00 p.m. it's going to come from this system, this fast-moving clipper. so light snow into our overnight hours. that is going to lead to a messy monday morning commute. i'm tracking an even bigger snowstorm monday night into tuesday. i'll go over all the details on that, coming up. ted? >> all right whereby brittney. say good-bye to this bridge near kansas city. demolition crews imploded one of the main spans of the bridge over the missouri river. transportation departments from missouri and kansas city are picking up the tab. a new bridge with multiple traffic lanes is expected to open next year. the baltimore health department is investigating a possible case of measles. it could be the first documented case in that city in the last decade. according to the baltimore sun,
the patient is a 1-year-old child who received a vaccine earlier this month. the child was taken to the er with symptoms of measles on wednesday and has been in isolation at home since then. health officials say this does not appear to be related to the outbreak of the illness in california. as of today, there are only three weeks left to sign up for health care under the affordable care act. the open enrollment period for 2015 ends on february 15th. people got help enrolling at the gallery at market east in center city yesterday. experts answered their questions about signing up and making changes. meanwhile, some people without insurance got free checkups in old city. the garces foundation provided medical and dental care at its community health day. participants were able to get their teeth cleaned and checked for oral cancer even fillings and extractions. there were also blood pressure cholesterol, and diabetes screenings. >> in the event that they need follow-up care it's also an opportunity to give them information of where they can go
to seek medical treatment as well as dental treatment. >> the garces foundation also offered the free services to philadelphia's immigrant community. 9:41. still ahead this morning, going a cut above. a philadelphia salon holds a cut-a-thon today to remember college student shane montgomery. brittney? >> and we're gearing up for a first alert weather day. goes into effect at 10:00 p.m. with light snow continuing to move and will continue your monday morning commute. make sure you stay safe and allow extra time. i'll go over all the details on our changing forecast, coming up.
at 9:43 on your sunday morning, we are tracking more snow. nbc 107's first alert weather radar is showing another winter storm system that's expected to arrive here by late tonight. we'll hear from meteorologist brittney shipp in just a moment. well, after we got snow yesterday, it was new england's turn. icy conditions on this major
highway near boston caused a grocery truck to flip on to its side. parts of massachusetts got up to 8 inches of snow. in north jersey the top deck of this parking garage collapsed as a snowplow was trying to clear it. there's now a crater-sized hole atop the garage at the empire hotel in secaucus hudson county. officials say the combined weight of the snow and the plow caused the collapse. frank bono from philadelphia was staying at the hotel. >> didn't see it go into the hole. i seen it plowing, and then all of a sudden, i seen the hole there with the bucket sticking out of it. >> one car was destroyed. the snowplow operator suffered minor injuries. engineers will now determine if that garage can be rebuilt. good sunday morning to you. a dry start for us but as we head into our overnight hours, we are going to see light snow moving in. it will be a messy monday morning commute, and then as we push into monday night into
tuesday, we're tracking a major snowstorm. the possibility to see anywhere between 6 to up to 10 inches in our area. i'll break down the details for you. but currently, we're at 31 in the poconos, 38 in allentown. close to 40 in pottstown, 49 in glassboro. 38 in atlantic city. breezy conditions, so the feels-like temperature is a little bit cooler than that. but here's what to expect as we head into the next 24 to 48 hours. it will be a dry start to your sunday snow is expected after 10:00 p.m. then a messy monday morning commute. we could see 1 to 3 inches of snowfall throughout monday during the day. but monday evening into tuesday, an additional 5 to 7 inches of more snow plus strong winds is a possibility, if we see this system reintensifying and strengthening and tracking right along the coast. but for our satellite radar shot right now, it shows our clouds are increasing. they will continue to increase as we head into the rest of today. this is a fast-moving clipper
system, that will bring us the snowfall overnight, heading into monday and monday morning. so it's going to affect your commute. it's going to progress like this, towards the east as we head into the rest of the day. so we stay dry, but right after midnight, that's when we're dealing with widespread light snowfall. some moderate snowfall embedded in that as we head into your overnight hours. so by the time you get up in the morning and you head to work whether you're commuting, driving, walking, you're going to be dealing with snow. especially throughout the i-95 corridor. south jersey into the suburbs and into the poconos. this will continue throughout the day, on monday on and off. light snowfall 1 to 3 inches. now, monday night heading into tuesday, we'll watch to see if this system strengthens. but heading into monday night, our snow totals through monday evening, for your commute time right around 6:00 p.m. close to 3 inches for philadelphia, similar conditions for allentown and into the poconos. closer to the shore, looks like we could see closer to 1 inch. but we keep a close eye on this system here and what it's doing. so we're going to watch the track. if it strengthens and stays
pretty close to us we could see heavy snow. and some of the models are suggesting, most are not agreeing, but one of the models are suggesting that we could see anywhere, a storm total of 8 to 10 inches for northern parts of burlington county, 6 to 8 inches for south jersey the i-95 corridor, closer to 4 to 6 inches for northern delaware lancaster county and chester county. your temperatures as we head into the rest of today will push a little bit above average, so low 40s for us as we head into your late afternoon hours. and as we push into tomorrow we are going to see a dramatic drop in our temperatures, with the snow moving in and our temperatures are going to stay down as we head into tuesday as well. so your seven-day forecast shows that we are going to see snow as we head into monday lingering into monday night. we'll watch for tuesday with to be see how much snow we get, and 32 degree on your tuesday. that will be a very cold start to the day on wednesday. >> and it's easy to track the snow with the nbc 10 first alert weather app. you'll get alerts radar, and the latest forecast right on
your smartphone or tablet. download it for free at the app store. just a remind nbc 10 and telemundo 62 have teamed up with comcast to help viewers who lose their power during winter weather recharge their devices at participating comcast xfinity locations. just power up on the nbc 10 news app. from our delaware bureau a new state report shows the unemployment rate dropped to 5.4% last month. it was 6% in november. economists say the change is most likely because of seasonal hiring. job growth in delaware is at its strongest since the 1990s. drexel university is seeing a big drop in applications for the class of 2019 but school officials don't mind it. there has been a more than 50% decrease in applications from the year before. that's because drexel started charging an application fee of $50 and scrapped its vip fast application. school officials say they want to attract students who are truly interested in the school.
happening today, cuts for a cause. a philadelphia salon is holding a cut-a-thon in remembrance of a westchester university student whose body was found in the schuylkill river. salon glam in roxborough thereby cutting hair and holding raffles today from noon to 5:00 today for shane montgomery. he disappeared early thanksgiving morning after a night out with friends in manayunk. divers found his body earlier this month. all proceeds will be donated to the montgomery family. today marks the beginning of catholic schools week across the country and here in our area. this week's theme is catholic schools, communities of faith, knowledge, and service. in bucks county students at nativity of our lord school will take part in events all week then thursday they'll participate in the school's biggest service project ever a mini thon in support of penn state thon. the event raises money for the fight against pediatric cancer. coming up in sports, what some eagles are saying about the
good morning. it's 9:52 on your sunday morning. 36 degrees here at nbc 10 as we take a live look at the jersey shore, cape may. all right, folks. my microphone somehow, fell off. beauty of live television there. it is 9:52 and 36 degrees. we are taking a live look at the jersey shore. the shore saw mostly rain from our last storm, but this time
probably going to be a different story. meteorologist brittney shipp will be along with her first alert forecast in just a couple of minutes. happening today, it's the last day of the philadelphia home show in center city. the doors open at the pennsylvania convention center in just a few minutes at 10:00. the show highlights the latest trends in remodeling, decorating, and gardening. some young athletes hit the court in fairmont park yesterday for a basketball tradition. nbc 10 at the 17th annual katie curland jr. wheelchair basketball tournament. this competition is about more than just winning, though. the tournament's goal so the inspire people with disabilities to lead an active life and to believe in their own potential. good morning to you. i'm danny pommells from comcast sports net. we're talking football. the patriots have been at the center of considering our weather this week a hailstorm all week accused of underinflating footballs in the afc championship game to give
them an unfair advantage. bill belichick held an impromptu press conference and revealed the results of the team's investigation. >> at no time was there any intent, whatsoever to try to compromise the integrity of the game or to gain an advantage. quite the opposite. we feel like we followed the rules of the game to the letter. >> and eat your heart out, hollywood. sometimes you just can't make this stuff up. the boston university men's basketball game yesterday was drortedly delayed because the game ball was overinflated. right. all right, cue the music. patriots/seahawks will get it on in super bowl xlix next sunday. don't miss it right here on nbc 10. the pre-game festivities begin at noon with kickoff at 6:30. the appetizer to the super bowl is the pro bowl and six eagles will be playing in the nfl's
all-star game today. and believe it or not nick fowles was the mvp of the pro bowl last year but his stock has fallen considerably leading many to speculate that chip kelly is looking to move up in the draft. john clark talked to some eagles about the future of fowles. >> i don't know what's going to take place with the team as far as the quarterback. right now, as far as i know nick fowles is the quarterback for the eagles. he's on the roster he's the starter. >> it's going to start off as nick, but it's still got to be a competition, for any of us. that's how the league works. come in and let the best man win. >> on to the sixers. after playing the raptors down to the wire they took on the grizzlies in the second half and went back to back and the results were not pretty. we pick it up in the first quarter. hollis thompson makes the horse shot, if you will after getting it sent back in his face. beats the shot clock buzzer but too much from the grizzlies. he comes in with 17 points is and 14 boards. sixers lose 101-83.
how about this. the phanatic in the house. had lost 11 straight big five games, but all streaks come to an end. tony hicks is doing his part takes it to the ten and get layup off the window. check this out, at the nhl skills competition. claude giroux with some pretty puck handling here and they're looking for the most creative breakaway goals. johansen gets a young assistant to help him out. jake takes the idea to the next level, getting 12-year-old south jersey native johnny hockey. good stuff as he drove that to the back of the net. i'm danny pommells from comcast sports net. enjoy your weekend. >> and you can catch super bowl xlix right her on nbc 10 next sunday. today, our keith jones and comcast sports net's john clark arrive in arizona. look for team coverage on-air and online leading up to the big
game. just about 9:57 now. nbc 10 news today continues in just a moment with another half hour of news and we are keeping a close watch on the next winter storm. nbc 10's matt delucia is talking with drivers along the at expressway. matt? >> reporter: ted, the salt is out and preparations are underway as we wait for that next winter storm. i've been talking with people out here on how they're getting ready. that's coming up. and it's a first alert weather day. light snow will move in overnight and affect your monday morning commute. i'll let you know what to expect. that's coming up in my first alert seven-day forecast.
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our area. as we take a live look at cape may, the jersey shore, and some parts of south jersey that just saw rain yesterday. will likely be seeing snow this time around. and here's a live picture from i-95 in south philadelphia. drivers heading out tomorrow morning should prepare for a messy monday commute. good morning, everybody. welcome to nbc 10 news today. i'm ted greenberg. thanks so much for being with us. it is now 10:00 a.m. on this sunday january 25th. let's check in with meteorologist brittney shipp and the first alert weather center. you have been busy all morning, tracking this complicated system brittney. >> it is a complicated system. so we have a first alert that's going to go in effect tonight, sunday at 10:00 p.m. and last until tuesday. it's going to be a quick-moving clipper and watch to see if it restrengthens off our coast and works its way up our coast, bringing us even more snowfall monday night heading into tuesday. right now it is a dry start on your sunday. we do expect to see light
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