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nbc 10 first alert weather breaking news. >> nbc 10 first alert weather is keeping you ahead of a major winter snowstorm. the monday morning commute will be tricky and it will get worse
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through the day and into the night. philadelphia schools already announced they're closing early tomorrow. other school information is at the bottom of your screen. good evening. i'm george spencer. this just in. we have new expected snow totals, a new time of arrival, and a chance of blizzard-like conditions. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist sheena parveen and our entire news team are on high alert. we start tonight with sheena. >> we have a first alert out. we have snow moving in right now. but the first alert is really for late tomorrow night into very early tuesday. we have a major snowstorm on our hands. it hasn't quite developed completely just yet. but once it does we could see snow totals anywhere from 6:00 to 20 inches or more. of course, it depends where you live. we'll show you that in a second. new jersey should be the hardest hit with winds increasing blowing snow with this system too. we will see it intensify as it moves offshore. right now it is still off to the
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west. we see snow moving into the area currently. and we will have snow around through tomorrow. snow for part of your morning commute. right now light snowshowers moving through the area. tomorrow we'll see some accumulations. but it's not going to be anything like what we'll see late tomorrow night and early tuesday morning. let's just ahead to tuesday morning. here is the same storm system. what it's going to do is move offshore. once it moves offshore it's going to intensify. blizzard conditions expected north. heavy snow expected in our area. but again once it intensifies offshore, we'll see heavy snow along with very windy conditions. here are some of the snow totals we expect. again, i mentioned we could see 20 inches or more. this is mostly going to be confined to parts of new jersey. we could see it along trenton, the i-95 corridor north of philadelphia. blizzard warnings for ocean county. stretching into lehigh valley in extreme south jersey we could see 15 to 20 inches. and just west of that through
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the lehigh valley into northern delaware, anywhere from 6 to 12 inches. south of that we're going to see lesser amounts. we'll take a closer look at the timing of all this snow depending where you live. we'll go through time this starting tonight. let's check with meteorologist brittney shipp. brittney? >> we'll break it down region by region. as we head into rest of tonight, we expect to see snow moving in. it's already moved in parts of the i-95 corridor. as we progress into the early morning hours, light to moderate snowfall is going to continue to come down. by 6:00 a.m. if you're traveling between doylestown quakerstown, skc2ñallentown, you could be waking up to a few inches of snowfall. you do want to be careful as you head to work tomorrow. snowfall throughout your monday morning. this is going to continue into your monday evening commute. as we progress to the 9:00 10:00 hour same thing. once this snow system starts it will lead to on and off snow.
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the i-94 corridor in philadelphia, here is what you can expect. wove seen light snow into the early morning hours again, we're still dealing with accumulating snow. it's going to be cold enough for our snowfall to stick to the ground, stick to the roads and to the sidewalks. so you do want to be careful with your monday morning commute. we take a closer look heading into your late morning hours, we'll see more of a wintry mix closer to the south of the i-95 corridor. bottom line, you want to be careful whether you're dealing with snowfall closer to 10:00 a.m. delaware and parts of the shore. we expect over the next few hours to continue to see light snow moving in. possibly icy spots overnight as well. by 6:00 a.m. if you're just to the north of atlantic city you are going to be dealing with snow as you wake up in the morning. coming up, i'll break down all the snowfall totals for you, plus sheena is tracking our entire forecast coming up in about five minutes. george? >> thanks, brittney. everyone at home, grab your phones right now. it is a great time to sign up for the school closings alerts.
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philadelphia's public and parochial schools will dismiss at noon tomorrow in the event that your child's school is closed or delayed by the weather, we will alert you by text or e-mail immediately on our website or app, it takes a cell phone number or e-mail address. the nbc 10 morning team will have all the closings and delays along with traffic trouble or other breaking news. and this coming storm means a rush for supplies for a lot of people from salt and shovels to groceries. you certainly need to be ready. one of the many ways we can help you get ready is with storm force 10. it has the equipment and the technology to help us show you the latest conditions on the roads. tonight nbc 10's randy gyllenhaal is in storm force 10 in chester county. and randy, you are already seeing some snow out there? >> yeah george just within the past few minutes, we have seen a few flurries begin to fall out here in the western suburbs. you see as we're driving here in
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west chester, it is not sticking to roads just yet. but penndot crews tell me they've been on the roads already. in chester county the salt trucks get ready to hit the road. penndot says close to 400 drivers will be out prepping streets overnight while students out near west chester university scramble to fill empty fridges. >> rotisserie chicken. >> reporter: brandon weaver is hoping for a snow day. >> there is nothing wrong with a day off from school. >> reporter: and for drivers like brad carlson, the coming rush hour will be tricky. he has to head to work in new jersey, whereby tuesday the worst of it is expected. >> i have a long commute. so i'm out that way. i'm afraid of getting stuck out there. >> reporter: penndot says during the peak of this storm, the plows will be working on
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overdrive. but even with 400 plus drivers, it still might be dangerous and definitely slick. >> we have to are the accumulating storm where we might get an inch an hour or two inches an hour. motorists need to be prepared at times they're going to be driving on snow-covered roads. >> reporter: back here live in the storm 4 the very-- storm force, they'd like you to postpone or cancel your travel plans during the peak of the storm. live in storm force in west chester, randy gyllenhaal nbc 10 news. now when it comes to mass transit, septa officials tell us they are confident things will be fine for tomorrow's evening rush and commute. but they are keeping an eye eye on how things shape up for tuesday. from our trenton bureau the city's mayor has issued a winter storm advisory and tells us that city is prepared for what is to
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come. >> we have over 300 tons of salt and supply liquid brine, calcium. we have a force that know house to deal with these snowstorms. >> city officials want to remind residents once 3 inches of snow falls, they need to move their vehicles from snow emergency routes and park those vehicles in the nearest school parking lots. you can find a full list on and new jersey transit is planning to operate a regular weekday schedule tomorrow through wednesday. but officials tell us there is the potential for significant shutdowns of rail bus, light rail, and access link service. so with that in mind nj transit will cross on rail, light rail and bus tickets. also, people planning to fly over the next few days may want to make other plans. philadelphia international airport says some flights have
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already been canceled for tomorrow and on tuesday, united airlines is cancelling all flights out of philadelphia and airports across the northeast. >> supposed to be traveling to boston tomorrow evening. and then i bumped my flight up to tomorrow afternoon. and then finally decided that today was a better day to go. i had no idea whether or not it would get out tomorrow. so today seemed like the best bet. >> if you need to change a flight many airlines have said they will waive their fees for passengers flying into and out of the northeast. right now a live look at philadelphia's 30th street station. amtrak is warning passengers to be prepared for any service changes. right now amtrak's planning to operate a normal monday schedule. but it is monitoring the storm and may make changes if needed. it will be easy to track all of the snow with the nbc 10 app. you'll get alerts radar, and the latest forecast right on your smartphone or tablet. and this is a big winter
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storm that you need to keep an eye on. we're keeping an eye on it so we'll be updating you on twitter, on facebook. it's off to our west. we're already seeing snow moving in. we will see heavy snow, a lot of snow through parts of the area. coming up, we'll take a close look at the totalious can expect in your neighborhood. that's straight ahead. and a life look right now from cape may. this storm will have a major impact on much of our shore region. count on nbc 10 to keep you up to the minute.
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first alert meteorologist brittney shipp. watching light snow moving into parts of our area philadelphi larger system just the beginning of a 48-hour event that is going to bring significant snow to our region. sheena parveen will return with a full forecast. >> and right now these are live pictures of storm force 10 making its way along route 202 in the west chester area. right now you can see the conditions out there have not gotten too bad, but certainly already damp in that area that is going to be first hit by this coming storm. and right now it is the calm before the storm at the jersey shore. a live look now at cape may. you can expect several inches of snow here. and it will get worse as you head north up the shore. we caught up with the operator of an ocean city hotel who was getting ready this afternoon. 6. >> going down there today to make sure my staff is ready for the snow. make sure we're lined up for the
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plows and people that are going to clear the sidewalks to the hotel. >> now for other people preparing for this storm meant a walk on the boardwalk or even a trip to the beach in atlantic city before all of that is really buried under the snow. in anticipation of the storm, which you can see right here on our nbc 10 first alert weather radar, atlantic county has issued a winter storm warning. public works crews started salting the roads today. and while county officials say they are prepared to send out the plows once the snow begins to pile up. this now is a live look from times square. in new york city officials are warning the public to be ready for an historic storm. mayor bill de blasio said this blizzard could be like nothing they've seen since at least the 1800s. >> new yorkers should not underestimate this storm. assume conditions will be unsafe. assume that you do not want to be out in this storm. >> new york city plans to put
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500 salt trucks and 1500 snowplows out on the streets. and sheena this storm is really going to be one that is going to impact much of the northeast. >> that's right. a very large portion of the northeast will be impacted by this storm, including our area. so we'll talk about how big this area is that the storm is going to impact. right now obviously i circled it in yellow. we have a lot of snow here rain to the south. as we go into tomorrow and tomorrow night we will mostly be seeing snow. we have some snowshowers moving in right now. but the main part of this storm will be here late tomorrow night into very early tuesday. that's going to be the time frame for the heaviest snow. this is a major snowstorm in the making. so right now it's not major. but once it moves offshore and strengthens, it will be. snow totals locally from 6 to 20 inches. some areas could see more than 20 inches. some of the hardest hit areas we expect to be in new jersey and even the shore, and we expect blowing snow because winds will start increasing. right now here is a closer look at the trenton area parts of
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burlington county into philadelphia. we do have some light snowshowers coming down now. and there you see more of it comes in for parts of pennsylvania. that will be here for the morning commute tomorrow. so tomorrow morning we will be seeing periods of snow here is a larger look at the northeast. so this is the storm warned area. it stretches from just about delaware all the way up through maine. the red that's a blizzard warning. ocean county under a blizzard warning up to new york city and farther north. major winter storm. dangerous travel. again, this is mostly going to be the strongest late tomorrow night into early tuesday morning. heavy snow and blowing snow with winds increasing during that time frame. the blizzard warning just in ocean county right off to our north. so our winds will be increasing. keep in mind there is a chance that we could see this blizzard warning extended. but as of right now we will be seeing heavy snow and very high wind as we go through that time frame late tomorrow early tuesday here is a look at future weather. here is what it's showing. through the overnight hours, we'll continue to see
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snowshowers moving in on the lighter side but still a little bit of an accumulation. tomorrow morning heading to work 8:00, we'll see snowshowers around through a large portion of the area. then we go through tomorrow afternoon. here is monday 9:00 p.m. notice how you see the darker shades of purple. this is heavy snow. by this time the storm will be offshore. it will be getting stronger. and that will be swinging in some heavy snow. notice how you mostly see this in parts of new jersey. highways the area we expect to be hardest hit. now we go overnight into early tuesday. this is 6:00 tuesday morning. a lot of this snow will be falling when a lot of you are actually sleeping through the overnight hours. we will be here updating you on twitter, on facebook on you do want to stay tuned. we have to monitor this basically every hour. we know the types of storms can change a little bit. so far the models are in agreement that this definitely looks like it will be happening. heaviest snow late monday again tuesday morning. that's the time frame for the heaviest snow through the area. we will see snowshowers
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tomorrow. but don't let tomorrow's snow fool you. it will get heavier as we go into tuesday morning. let's head to meteorologist brittney shipp. she'll take a closer look at the neighborhood for the timing and the important snow totals. >> let's start with the delaware area, also parts of the shore. this is where we're going to start to see the hardest hit areas. as we go into the overnight hours tonight, heading into your monday at 6:00 a.m., this will be one of the last areas to see all snowfall. it's going to start off slowly, especially right along the shore. don't let that fool you as we head to monday night and tuesday. you're going to notice the snow totals agenda up. your morning commute, definitely going to see icy and snowy road conditions. by 7:00 p.m. as you're heading home, same thing. this is going to be a listening day of commuting as you head into monday. monday night into tuesday, you'll notice like sheena was mentioning, the darker blues around 3:00 a.m. that's the heaviest snowfall that is going to be coming down in atlantic city ocean city. and more of a moderate snowfall pushing down into parts of cape may. this will not lift up 2348 we
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head into your late morning hours on tuesday built. the time the storm pulls away from us take a look at some of the storm totals. 15 to 20 inches expected for atlantic county and the southern parts of burlington county. 10 to 15 inches for millville, 6 to 8 in dover. if you're closer to sussex county, 3 to 6 inches. so it really depends on where you live. if you're closer to our western county, you're not going see as much snowfall. if you're closer to the coast where that storm is intensifying, that's when we're going to see our highest snowfall amounts. we take a close look at the)ken i-95 corridor by 7:00 a.m. dealing with wet and slick roads, snowy roads along the i-95 corridor at 7:00 a.m. this is going to continue on and off throughout your monday. alaska at first snow accumulations are light, 1 to 3 inches tomorrow as you're heading home. but overnight hours monday pushing into tuesday, that's when the storm is really going to rev up. you can see the moderate to heavy rainfall coming down hour after hour into your early morning hours on tuesday.
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so by 6:00 p.m. we're still dealing with the heavy rainfall coming down. snow totals for northern burlington county, 15 to 20 inches expected. we could see amounts even higher than that. if you're closer to philadelphia proper delaware county 10 to 15 inches expected. and then closer to wilmington new castle county 6 to 10 inches. so again, the same thing is true. the further out west you go, our snowfall totals go down. a closer look at the poconos, the lehigh valley heading into our overnight hours. we're going to see more of a moderate and heavy snowfall for allentown pushing into most of lehigh valley. quakertown lighter snowfall expected for redding. as we head throughout the day, this is going to be a consistent 2 to 4 inches monday evening. monday night into tuesday, this is when the snow really starts to pile up. so by 6:00 a.m. on tuesday, we're still dealing with heavy rainfall coming down. that's going to push our snowfall totals 12 to 15 inches near quakertown. near pottstown, 8 to 12 inches.
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if you're just to the south of redding, closer to 5 to 8 inches. a lot of snow heading our way over the next 48 hours. we definitely want you to be prepared, especially as you head to work tomorrow morning and heading home tomorrow evening. but especially monday night heading into tuesday. as far as tonight is concerned, we have already steen snow moving in. and icy spots possible. 22 for the suburbs to the north and west. 27 will be our temperatures for philadelphia. overnight it will be a cold start to the morning. snow will become heavy as we head into monday night. our temperatures tomorrow will range between 26 and 32 degrees. we'll have a closer look at your forecast coming up in just a bit. george? >> brittney, thanks. if you are in the car or if you lose power, you can still get weather updates on the radio. tune in to more f.m. 101.1 for the latest information from nbc 10 every half hour.
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this is the xfinity sports desk, your home for the most live sports. >> good evening. danny pommells. the super bowl is now a week away. the seahawks became the first team to touch down in arizona this afternoon. have a look. seattle trying to become the first team to repeat as champions. they had barely set foot in the desert, seattle did, before richard sherman fired a shot at the patriots and the nfl over inflategate. >> i think the perception is the reality. it is what it is. the resume speaks for itself. the past is what the past is. their present is what their present.
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and will they be punished? probably not. not as long as robert kraft and roger goodell are still taking pictures at their respective homes. i think it was just at kraft's house last week. you talk about conflict of interest. but, you know, as long as that happens, it won't affect them at all. >> some stinging words to be sure. the past sherman is referring to is about the spygate scandal in 2007. the patriots were punished for videotaping the signals of jets defensive coaches. they were fined and forced to give up a first round draft pick. the nfl then subsequently destroyed all of the evidence. patriots and seahawks will face off in super bowl xlix. the festivities begin at noon. john clark and keith jones will be in the desert with live reports starting tomorrow. coming up later in the show, we'll have highlights from the pro bowl in arizona. and something only mario lemieux has done later in the show. stick around. we'll be right back.
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nbc 10 news starts now. >> tracking a major snowstorm on nbc 10 first alert radar. it is going to be a lot of snow over the next two days. the roads are going to be a major concern starting in the morning and really getting worse throughout the day tomorrow. that first alert bug at the bottom of your screen means that this is a critical time to get weather alerts. and we are keeping you ahead of the storm. this is a live look outside at interstate 78 at morgan hall road near east and northampton county, where right now you can see a few trucks and cars out there on the highways as we get ready for this storm. parts of the jersey shore are expected to see the very most snow from this storm. right now this is a live look from cape may tonight where the snow hasn't begun falling just yet. our team of meteorologists are adding up new totals. sheena parveen is watching the
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very latest track and timing. sheena? >> that's right, george. we've been watching this very closely. we have a first alert weather day out as we go into tomorrow. even tomorrow night and tuesday morning that is going to be the main time frame that we want to pay very close attention to. we have new model updates coming in. we have new totals to show you. and in some areas, we'll have to watch this extremely closely, especially those close to the shore as this storm intensifies offshore. so over the next 48 hours, a first alert weather day out because of this. we do expect a major snowstorm for at least parts of the area. not everyone in the viewing area but parts of the area. snow totals could be ranging from 6 to 20 inches. and again, that 20-inch area will be a limited part of our viewing area. new jersey could be the hardest hit with blowing snow some high winds. and some of the heaviest snowfall. we have blizzard warnings just to our north in parts of new york and even parts of ocean county. here is a look at the storm on radar. there you see the snow. it's already moving into our
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area. it's really going to be late tomorrow night when the storm starts to intensify offshore. locally across the philadelphia area even into parts of new jersey and lehigh valley berks county seeing light snowshowers. and that's what you'll wake up to tomorrow morning. tomorrow night into tuesday morning, that's the main time for us to be watching and keeping an eye on. here is tuesday as we go through the morning hours. we do expect this storm to be intensifying. most of this will be happening as you're sleeping. blizzard conditions to our north. heavy snow falling through a good portion of our area. so we've updated some of these totals for you. some of the recent model runs have come in. they've shown some of these snowfall totals going down a it will. but either way we're still going to see a lot of snow. these are the newest updates, possibly 12 to 18 inches as we get into parts of new jersey central new jersey maybe even a close to a foot of snow around philadelphia. the farther west the totals will be a little bit lower, possibly 5 to 7 in parts of lancaster, even berks county and through parts of delaware. but it is a storm that needs
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very close watching especially as it intensifies offshore. the question going to be how fast does it move away before it starts to throw in that heavy snow. that's something we'll be watching very closely. and meteorologist brittney shipp is also watching the next 12 hours. brittney? >> this is going to be a developing situation. you'll have to keep checking back with us. we'll continue to update the forecast. i want to take you through the next 12 hours. what can i expect when i wake up in the morning and try to head to work. closer to 5:00 6:00 7:00 dealing with light snowfall along the i-95 corridor. closer to the suburbs, doylestown pottstown checking into trenton, that's a moderate snowfall that is going to come down. we'll even see a little accumulation by the time you head to work. as we push into your 11:00 hour still dealing with the snowfall. light to moderate snow expected to come down. you can see closer to the snore in southern parts of burlington county, it's more of a wintry mix. the suburbs, poconos and the lehigh valley areas, as we head into the rest of tonight, we're already seeing snow moving in. light snow at first. a few areas are going to see a
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moderate to heavy rainfall. by 7:00 a.m. the heaviest amounts looks to be quakerstown, doylestown allentown and even pushing into the poconos. mort of a light snowfall coming down near redding. but temperatures dropping below freezing. when you wake up and head to work, some ai'mlation on the road waist. you do want to be careful. but 11:00 a.m., still dealing with snow coming down. delaware and the shore is magically going to start off with rain as a wintry mix especially into the overnight hours. but you'll notice by 4:00 5:00 6:00 we're dealing with more light snow close to the southern parts of burlington county. could see rainfall continuing around 7:00 a.m. here right along the shore near cape may and ocean city and more of a wintry mix. now stretching out to atlantic city. as the storm system gets going, you'll notice the wintry mix and snowfall. the heaviest snow amounts will be monday night into tuesday. the storm system is just getting warmed up as we head into our overnight hours tonight, pushing into your monday morning commute. george? >> brittney speaking of the
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overnight hours, the nbc 10 morning crew will be working throughout the night to bring you the very latest information. we'll have reporters around the area to check conditions. our coverage starts at 4:00 a.m. philadelphia public and parochial schools have already announced they're letting out at noon. don't miss any school closings delays or early dismissals. sign up for nbc 10's school closing alerts. either on our website, or in our app. all it takes is a cell phone number or an e-mail address. and nbc 10's randy gyllenhaal is live in storm force 10. randy, you have been driving the streets tonight, talking to people about their concerns with this coming storm. >> and george, when we were out in the western suburbs, we started to see these small flurries start coming in as the edge of the system makes its way. right now we're in king of prussia. i'll give you a look at 202. penndot has been telling me their crews are already out. we've seen them on the road
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getting ready, as people also get ready for their storm checklist. when brent carlson hits the road this chester monday morning, he has to drive all the way to new jersey to get to work. >> i got a long commute to princeton. >> reporter: by the time he heads back home, he worries the heaviest snow will begin falling monday night. >> i'm out that way. so i'm afraid of getting stuck out there. >> reporter: penndot is warning drivers to stay off the roads during the peak of the storm, postponing or cancelling travel unless you absolutely have to be somewhere. >> when we get a heavy accumulating storm where we might get an inch an hour, two inches an hour motorists need to be prepared that at times they're going to be driving on snow-covered roads. >> reporter: within the last two hours, the very first salt trucks were getting ready in chester county. penndot tells nbc 10, this will be a two-day operation, with some 400 drivers on the roadworking long hours, anticipating the biggest snow event so far this year.
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back here live on route 202 going into king of prussia, we have seen a few of the trucks getting out and hitting the roads. penndot saying about 400 will be on the roads tonight. but they do tell me that if the situation gets worse monday into tuesday, they will be calling in even more contractors to plow the roads. randy gyllenhaal, nbc 10 news. del dot crews spent all day and crews will with working through the night. urging drivers to stay off the roads all together whenever possible. but if you have to be out, be patient. >> be aware that our drivers are out there, that we're doing the best that we can. to make sure that you stay a good distance away interest the back of the plow trains. >> in kent an sussex counties del dot tells us key personnel will be monitoring the conditions throughout the night in case extra help is needed
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there. new jersey dot will activate every one of its crews tonight. they'll have about 2600 salt spreaders and plows statewide. right now they're just not sure exactly how many of them they'll need to use. we also reached out to power companies throughout our area to see how they are getting ready for all of this. peco says they're preparing while png tells us they're making sure more supplies and crews will be available. and ppl is putting stronger polls into place. atlantic city electric says it's prepared to restore any outages. nbc 10 and telemundo 62 have teamed up with comcast to help viewers who might lose power during winter weather. you can recharge your devices at participating comcast xfinity locations. all you have to do is search power up on the nbc 10 news app. the super bowl bound new
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england patriots are expected to leave for arizona before this major snowstorm arrives. as nbc 10's keith jones tells us, our crew touched down there just a short time ago. >> i want to show you something. signs like that right there welcome our nbc 10 team to the busiest city in america right now, phoenix. we just landed right here at the airport. let's pick up our bags. and there are signs of the super bowl all over the airport here. and even a bit of a philly twist. donovan mcnabb sat in front of us on the plane. he is going to be providing coverage for nbc all throughout this week. we'll have a story with randall cunningham as well. count on nbc 10. our coverage from here in phoenix begins at 4:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. stay with us. reporting at phoenix international airport, keith jones, nbc 10 news. super bowl sunday kicks off with a pregame fun at noon. the kickoff to the actual game is at 6:30. you can of course catch all of the action right here on nbc 10. and we are still watching
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snow as we move into tonight. also tomorrow morning, big storm system that will be developing tomorrow night into tuesday morning. that is when we expect some of the heaviest snow coming up we'll show you the updated snow amounts. we just updated them for you. new model data coming in. we'll give you the details straight ahead. and thin ice. rescuers rush to save four children who were playing in a dangerous spot.
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talk about a close call. a security camera captured a billboard crashing down in the exact spot that a pickup truck had just pulled out moments before. this was during a heavy windstorm in north hollywood, california yesterday. two other vehicles were crushed by the billboard, but no one was hurt. four children are in the hospital tonight after falling into an icy pond outside of baltimore. officials say the kids were walking on the ice-covered pond this afternoon when that ice broke and they fell in. bystanders were able to pull three kids out of the water, but a rescue crew had to save the fourth child. next a big test for pennsylvania's new governor.
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what tom wolf says about the plans that keep pennsylvania's roads moving during the coming storm. and this is the storm. you can see it on radar, already bringing snow to our area. we are going to see a snowy monday morning. i'll let you know what else to expect, coming up in my full forecast.
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penndot says its crews will be on the clock 24/7 until the coming storm has passed. today tom wolf met with crews. they have nearly 3,000 trucks and 600,000 tons of salt at their disposal. >> everybody is doing their best to prepare for this. this could be a big event for us in pennsylvania, especially the east. and i think we're ready for action. >> just like other area officials, governor tom wolf is urging people to stay off the
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roads for their own safety. also to give the penndot crews some room to do their job. first alert meteorologist sheena parveen has been tracking all of this. sheena, this is going to be a storm that will bring a lot of snow to a lot of different places. >> in parts of our area we'll see a lot of snow out of the storm. the storm currently is just off to our west there you see it snow to our west moving into pennsylvania moving into our area. and that is some of the snow you can expect as we go into tomorrow morning so your morning commute will have snowshowers around. and even through the day tomorrow, snowshowers around. but the first alert is really out from now until tuesday so it's not until late tomorrow night and early tuesday morning when this whole storm system moves offshore and it gets stronger intensifies becoming a major snowstorm. right now what you see on the radar, that's not the major snowstorm we're talking about that will occur monday night. snow totals 4 to 18 inches now. we've dropped some of the totals a little bit. some of the updated models have
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come in. they showed slightly different totals. and this will be occurring as we get closer to the storm. you want to stay updated with us here on nbc 10 also on twitter. this will be slightly changing as we get closer. we just want to give you a head up about that. we do expect new jersey to be hardest hilt with blowing snow. winds will be intensifying offshore. we have light showers moving in to the trenton area parts of burlington county, areas north and west wrote. can you expect those light snowshowers tomorrow afternoon as well. and it's all moving in from parts of pennsylvania. so this will keep occurring as we go overnight tonight into tomorrow morning here is look at the entire northeast all the way through new england. you see the red. that's a blizzard warning. so this is going to intensify a lot as it gets offshore. it will become a major winter storm as we go into monday night and tuesday morning. this will be causing dangerous travel across the area. all the colors on the map, these are different warnings because of our storms. expect blowing snow heavy snow.
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not for everybody, but for parts of the area. blizzard warning for ocean county up through new york city. the rest of us well we can expect that snow to be falling and windy conditions especially along the shore. so, again, the main question will be how fast does the storm move away once it intensifies. here is a look at future weather overnight tonight. periods of snowshowers into tomorrow morning. then we go through the day tomorrow. tomorrow afternoon we'll see some heavy snow starting to develop, mainly in new jersey and areas to our north and east. then tomorrow night, 9:00 p.m. you notice the darker blue shading, this is heavier snow. that's the storm offshore intensifying. it's getting stronger. it will increase the winds, especially along the shore. that's when it will start to get blizzard conditions to the north. overnight into early tuesday morning, take a look. the snow is still hanging around. it's getting heavier. tuesday 6:00 a.m. we do expect heavy snow. the peak of the stormd(vg will be late monday night into tuesday morning. this is where a majority of our snow will fall. tomorrow you'll see periods of
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snow. but not until late monday into early tuesday when we expect the heaviest of the snow. it is something to keep a very close eye on. as we've been saying the models keep updating. the snow totals change slightly. and they'll keep doing that as we get closer. nbc 10 will be giving you all the alerts and all the updates on twitter, facebook and we'll take a closer look at your weather as we go through the day tomorrow with meteorologist brittney shipp and the snow totals delicious is a lot happening with this system as it continues to push into our area. we're going to start off a light san onofre as we ed into the rest of tonight. we are going to see conditions pushing into your evening commute. still snow around. and it won't be until monday night into tuesday that we start to see the heaviest amounts, from the poconos, lehigh valley moving into the suburbs. we've taken it down a few inches. some of the latest models are showing we'll see 8 to 12 near quakertown stretching up to allentown. if you're closer to redding, 10 inches. and the bulls-eye right here in
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the southern parts of montgomery county where we could see 12 to 18 inches of snowfall. so it really ranges depending on if you're closer to the shore or further out west. delaware stretching into the shore. this is how it's going to go with the snowfall. heading into the overnight hours, lighter accumulation, especially for burlington county. cape may atlantic city probably going to see mainly rain or wintry mix. that's still going to lead to slick roads as you're trying to get to or home from work. it will not be until overnight hours monday heading into tuesday that we start to see the most snowfall. by 6:00 a.m., this is more of a moderate heavy snow coming down stretching down into cape may out to dover and millville. how much snow once the system revs up monday night heading into tuesday, 12 to 18 inches in atlantic city. 8 to 12 in millville. 5 to 7 in dover. with smaller amounts the further south you go in parts of delaware. the i-95 corridor, lots of people take 95 to get to work. we're going to start off at
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6:00 7:00 a.m. with light snow coming down. even a wintry mix for the central parts. moderate snowfall for the suburb heading into the rest of the day on and off, light snow expected. by 6:00 p.m. it's going to be a slick commute home or the you. by the time you head home we are going to see the snowfall increasing monday night into tuesday. by tuesday morning, that is going to be a rough ride to work. snow totals 12 to 18 inches for parts of burlington county stretching into trenton. 8 to 12 inches along the i-95 corridor. 5 to 7 for wilmington. as far as tonight is concerned, our temperatures are going to drop below freezing for our suburb locations and for philadelphia. so any snow that comes down is definitely going to stick. so you do want to allow extra time to get to work and get home from work as we head into your monday. 23 for the suburbs north and west. temperature downs to 27 for philadelphia. some icy spots are a possibility where we saw more rainfall and temperatures are going to stay below freezing. heading into tomorrow we expect to see snow becoming heavy as we head into our overnight hours,
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temperatures will range between 26 and 32 degrees. so not only are we dealing with the snow tomorrow. but it's going to be a very cold day. we'll also be dealing with windchills tomorrow. especially tomorrow night. we'll have more details coming up in just a bit. but we'll send it over to george and sheena. >> thanks brittney. and sheena, you and i were talking. one thing that is going to be important in this storm, our forecasts are really sort of evolving right up until the moment it moves in. >> that is what happens with a storm like this. the storm is coming in from the west. the storm is currently stoefrd land to our west. we're just starting to see the snow from this. what is going to happen is the storm system that we see right now will move across our area tomorrow move offshore into the atlantic, and right offshore it's going to strengthen. it's going get stronger. it's going to evolve into a larger storm. winds will increase. it will cause heavy snow. and this is going to track up in new england coastline. >> and how long it stay there's is going to impact our snow totals. >> our snow totals are very dependent on how long the storm
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sits near us. >> right. >> as it gets stronger. so that's why we have to constantly watch the snow totals coming in. because the storm could sit there for a while and give us a lot of heavy snow or try to move away quicker and give us slightly smaller amounts. we have to keep checking the models and keep updating you. >> that's the timing we're going to be watching most closely. good stadium. nbc 10 news will be right back. trading-in or selling your car truck or suv? takes the hassle out of selling in just 3 easy steps. one, get your free online valuation. two, book an appointment. and three, pick up a check at your nearest buying center. ♪ find out how much your car is worth ♪ ♪ at ♪
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here is a live look now looking down at center city philadelphia. you see the snow falling. and we will see periods of snow overnight tonight in through tomorrow, through the day tomorrow. and then we will see more snow tomorrow night into tuesday morning. here is a look at the radar. the snow is moving in from the west. so we will keep seeing this storm. you will see some passing snowshowers. tomorrow periods of snow through the day. but as we go again into late tomorrow, early tuesday morning, this will be a storm system that starts to strengthen.
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so we will see heavy snow. you want to keep it tuned right here to nbc 10. also for updates. danny pommells with you once again. you could call it the appetizer for the super bowl. the pro bowl took center stage today in arizona. six eagles playing in the all-star game. odell beckham, check this out, showing off his crazy skills during pregame warm-ups. he is a one-handed catcher, folks. tony romo to who? darren sproles. he finds some room for a pickup. 86 yards. matthew stafford looking for beckham. but check out the blind eye by northeast high product brent grimes, not too shabby. late fourth quarter, penn charter's matt ryan with the strike to jimeny graham on fourth an goal. michael irvin's squad beat team carter. here is john clark with a couple of eagles pro bowlers. >> how special was your first pro bowl experience? >> it was great. i mean obviously we play
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against all these guys week to week. and it's just been great getting to know all these guys. i think you get to see what kind of players they are. but when you get to see them and interact personally and know who they are it's been a pleasure. i mean the game was fun. theow", whole week was fun. the whole week was a good experience. it was great getting to meet guys that you don't know. >> well, only one thing left on the slate. patriots-seahawks super bowl xlix next sunday. the pregame festivities begin at noon. the kickoff for 6:30. john will be joined in arizona by keith jones for live reports starting monday. big afternoon for flyers jake voracek. he score lead goals and three assists in the contest. the only player to register six points in an all-star game is mario lemieux in 1988. team toews beat team celllino.
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the first men's basketball coach to one thousand career victories. herb mcgee nipping at his heels with 997 career wins. that's sports. back to you. we're watching a storm still moving into the area. we're going keep seeing snow overnight tonight. this whole system will evolve into something much stronger tomorrow night into tuesday morning. we'll talk more about that coming up.
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right now these are live pictures from the melon camera in center city philadelphia where you can see the beginnings of the storm have already arrived with a little bit of snow. and sheena really, no matter what this is going to be a significant snowfall of some kind. >> yes. we do expect heavy snow as the storm moves into tomorrow night and tuesday morning time frame. it's going to move offshore. here is a look !lb this is the snow heading our way right now. this is skurntly lycurrently moving in. we could see around 18 inches for the highest amounts. notice how those are mostly north and east of philadelphia, and we could see up to a foot. but we're constantly updating the snow totals. we'll be watching the overnight updates coming in as well. so you want to stay tuned to nbc 10. >> keeping a close eye. our nbc 10 morning crews are already hitting the streets to get you through the morning rush. tune in starting at 4:00 a.m. and stay with us all day long for continuing coverage of this storm that is nbc 10 news for now. for sheena brittney danny and
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