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ck akahemasikahema. >> this is the snow we have right now. that's the view from the mellon bank building. the wind is blowing. that's light snowfall and the gusting winds makes it look herbier.herb ier heavier. the farther inland you go the less snow there is. looking steddier in lower bucks county moving to the west of trenton in burlington county. philadelphia seeing light snowfall. much of delaware county into chester county the snow is breaking and scattered snow showers. northern new casterkascastle and delaware counties. nobody is going to be in for the heavy snowfall that's heading for new england.
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26 degrees right now in philadelphia. the wind is blowing making it feel like it's in the teens. we'll see gusting winds and accumulating light snow this morning. at 9:00 27 degrees and the snow will start to taper off as we head into the afternoon hours. another 1 to 2 inches as we head through parts of philadelphia. we'll go through it hour by hour when i'm back in ten. right now traffic with jillian mele. good morning, jillian. >> good morning, vai. when i woke up this morning and looked out my window i didn't see too much. then you see here in lakewood it's pretty messy in portions of our area. the conditions have changed throughout much of our area. this is route 9 in lakewood. as you can see, completely snow covered. if you have to head out this morning, then you need to slow down. we're seeing speed restrictions on our bridges. that's a precaution. keep that in mind when it comes to mass transit.
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saturday's schedule wood line suspended. some of the bus routes you can expect to be tee toured whenever we see weather that happens. i'll break down patco and new jersey transit and amtrak when i see you coming up in the next few minutes. vai? >> thank you, jillian. snow fell no montgomery county and it's sticking to the roads and roads will be cleared. here's a live picture outside from robbinsville/mercer county. we've been watching steady snowfall. our nbc reporters and photographers are spread out a cross the area to show you what's happening. let's start with matt delucia. matt those flakes still heavy. >> reporter: yeah vai, we've seen the snow continuously falling on the boardwalk. no snow here and not much
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drivers on the roads either. we've got about an inch of snow on the boardwalk. i got on the phone with the new jersey department of transportation a few minutes ago. that i say the statewide travel ban has helped in the effort to clean up the roads. i'm told the bigger issues are in north and central new jersey but they've got 2,500 salters and spreaders on the road. i've talked with folks today trying to clean up. >> my boss got me doing it. it's a storm. as i seep, i've got to put the salt and stuff down so that way nobody will get hurt or nothing. >> reporter: and so right out here on the boardwalk, you can see what's been accumulating out here. about an-inch in some spots, maybe more depending on where the wind had been blowing. i talked with a guy who said the wind was really heavy. that has tapered off, and the snow does continue to fall.
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we're going to monitor the conditions out here and you've got the casinos and hotels out there running. for now we're going to send it to my colleague monique braxton. monique, how is it looking right now? >> reporter: hey, matt. right now there's been a briefing at the airport. you can see this car is barely covered. no problems with removing the snow for folks who have been here all night long. follow me now over to the terminal. we've actually watched employees sweeping snow off the sidewalk here on the departure side. check out our video of the boards. american us airways, united, southwest, all have canceled flights this morning. but we did find about a dozen passengers checking in at the delta air lines counter. we also found one passenger who arrived here at midnight and is stranded. he cannot get home to jackson,
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new jersey, so he's working on plan b? >> the plan is go to new york now and then to get another train to a major city around the area and maybe my wife can pick me up from there. that's the only -- >> how long have you been here? >> around four or five hours. >> reporter: the airport tells us even though most flights are canceled the airport is still opened. they also tell us they have a designated sleeping area in terminal 4 east. only four people spent the night there. coming up in the next half hour, we'll talk to a guy who was lucky enough to get out and we'll have a status update for you. monique braxton, "nbc 10 news." >> as you mentioned, at least there's a couple of flights. if you're not sure about your flight or those coming in.
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the number to call is 1-800-phl-gate. >> i'm sure people at the airport and all over the region. >> absolutely. snow-covered roads could make for severe conditions. katy zachry with a check on the roads. katy, tell us where you are now. >> reporter: yes. we're okay. we were north on broad street by rosemary. we turned on 611 and are headed north toward elkins park. yes, our snow tires are helping us on some of the smaller city streets. fortunately, though, the accumulation is just about an inch and it's really light and powdery. even if you don't have snow tires like we do, you'll be okay getting through them. the majors around philadelphia 76, 95 the vine street zres skbresway, all are really good. the roadways for the most part
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are just wet, but they've been plowed and not causing any major problems. even on parts of 611 like you're seeing right now, there is still some slush, still is some snow. so you want to proceed with caution. but for the most part, you're looking good. if you're going to step outside of your car, conditions are going to obviously change. it's raw out there, so you're going to want your winter jacket your hat, your gloves. the snow is coming down. the wind has continued throughout the morning and kind of throwing the snow at your face and in your direction. so elements are different outside. it's a raw day out there. for the most part driving on the roads, it's looking okay. back to you guys. and this is how it's going to look. light snow coming down gusty winds, accumulating snow. that includes the pocono mountains. this is a view from camelback. you see a flag blowing in the
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corner of the screen. there's barely any snow on these picnic tables. you actually see this. light snow that's the cold that's going to be heading our way tonight. trenton is seeing light snow. wilmington looking at cloudy skies. it was completely dry an hour and a half ago. it was barely coming down. the heavier snowfall falling to the north. that's where it's been steadier this morning coming into ocean county. parts of mercer county seeing pretty good snowfall into lower bucks county. it's really light farther north and west. this is the edge of the storm system that's impacting new england. so we really dodged the bullet on this one. light snowfall in south jersey. there you can see cape may, atlantic city will see more accumulation. certainly most of delaware. you might get a dusting in delaware, but not much more than that.
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now, macungie has snow on the ground. we're not going to get a lot more today. by 6:00 this morning we could see about another inch from earlier this morning, but between 6:00 and 10:00, 11:00 this morning, we might see an additional inch in philadelphia and a bit more along the coastline, but not much more than that. so a light snow falling during the day. gusty winds and temperatures topping out near freezing this afternoon. the snow ends today. the cold coming tonight. the seven-day when i come back. >> thank you, bill. as jillian always reminds us with wet roads, becareful out there. it could be black eyes. >> absolutely. jillian mele is watching all the traffic cameras. is it still quiet out there or is traffic picking up? >> there's not a lot of accidents, but i think people
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are staying home this morning, which is the right thing to do. you see roads like 76. this is a live look near south street, it's just wet. near philadelphia, we're not reporting any snowy conditions on the highways. we do have some snow-covered roads out there especially in portions of toms river and robbinsville. new jersey transit has suspended service. patco is operating on a modified schedule. vai. >> now to super bowl xlix. the new england patriots and the seattle seahawks will face off in five days. both teams are now in arizona. the patriots arrived yesterday afternoon trying to shake off the shadow of deflategate. it has tainted their championship. keith jones is live in phoenix for us. keith, you mentioned yesterday on your twitter account which i follow you on you found meijercy and you were looking for something else. i don't know if you found it or
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not. how's it going out there? >> reporter: we haven't given up. but our crew is going to find it. hold on that thought just a little bit. i want to show you what's happening behind me in the heart of downtown phoenix. this is super bowl central here. even though we're two hours behind it's about 4:10 in the morning. construction crews have been working hard making preparations. phillies phillyies on the roof are expected to play. they're the house band for jimmy fallon. you might notice most booths are covered because of the rain. further left, the grand canyon experience. it's a rock wall for fans to climb. a million people are expected to flood super bowl central. while we received the rain the snow you expected back home it's changed here. the 6:30 and 6:45 flights to
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phoenix were canceled. we have a fan who was only planning on coming to the pro bowel and now he's stuck. there's worse places to be stuck, i suppose. >> 30-degrooeee weather 60-degree weather, hard to choose. we'll go from there. see how -- third time's a charm maybe. >> so we were supposed to leave monday at like 3:55. then we bumped it up to 8:00. that got moved. then we were supposed to leave wednesday at 8:00. that got canceled again. hopefully that's the last time. >> reporter: he said he and his buddy are going to play it by ear. today is media day. inside the airway media center where our cameras are focused.
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it's a time when all the players have to talk to media. it's really quite the spectacle. one question they'll likely ask. it's been the talk all week even the last two weeks ever since that afc championship game is did you deflate those footballs. they're going to be asking those patriots players that. our crew landed great interview with the wilson football makers particularly one of two people who sold all the footballs here in america. her take on deflategate is coming up in about a half hour. reporting live in phoenix, keith jones, "nbc 10 news." >> keith, we can't wait for that report. by the way, i haven't ever played in the super bowl. i've been there to cover it. the best place to watch it is at home. no parking, right? short lines to the bathroom. super bowl sunday kicks off with fun at noon. kickoff is at 6:30 and you can watch all the action right here on nbc 10. at 6:10 this morning as the storm evolves, we're also watching that.
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here is a live picture from mercer county where you can see the snow is still falling this morning. we will continue to track the condition conditions on the road from philadelphia to the shore. i love the taste. always smooth, never bitter. my cup of coffee is always awesome when i go to dunkin'. man: i see the steam rising off the cup 'cause you know it's a fresh pot. man: one cup a day for sure. two if need be. and it's usually "need be." dunkin' -- your place for coffee.
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posted on that. in philadelphia, public and parochial schools, they're closed today. >> nbc 10's jesse gary is live in merer county. we see flakes falling. how thick is it? >> they'refall inging, but they're falling straight down rather than sideways as the winds have slowed down. the plows -- he's moving out of the way. they've gotten it down to the bare pavement and that's good news. they've also had salt trucks come through. we did talk to the police. they said if you have to go out, be careful. >> it's still slippery.
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the wind is very cold and the forecast is expected to pick up. >> reporter: back here the snow continues to fall, but, again, the wind, it's starting to pick up again. it's doing the sideways thing. we'll check in the next ten minutes or so. be aware the plows are out. if you have to be out for emergency reasons, let them do their thing. jesse gary "nbc 10 news." >> i think that's good information to not take the snow lightly and that there could be trouble spots. >> absolutely. let's get more with jillian mele. hey, jill. >> here's the thing. a lot of portions are dealing with significant amounts of snow on the roads. this is a messy situation for drivers in trenton. as you see, you don't want to be driving through this. you can clearly see the snow on the road surface. slippery conditions in portions of our area. that's what we're dealing with.
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it's very different from each town to the next. this is what it looks like from toms river garden state parkway. as you can see, completely snow covered. the snow keeps falling and covering it. the roads can be very slippery and portions of the area heading south to jersey not too bad. you can see things are pretty quiet. delaware, 495, no issues. the boulevard is look pretty good. same thing in chester county. nothing to report in lehigh valley. >> we're tracking light snow and we will for much of the day. you can barely make out the lights on the bridge. the wind is blowing. it's taking a break in allentown. in northeast philadelphia atlantic city continuing see light snow. we've seen a few snowflakes in
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the poconos mountains but it's looking pretty quiet in camel back. snow is on the ground in new jersey. voorhees, 2 inches on the ground and florence and sicklerville also. new england, that's taking a pounding. we're on the edge of that system. farther to the west, hardly any snow coming down. but philadelphia trenton area that's where the steadier snow is. lower bucks county. it's coming down heavier in some spots and light snow is extending into cape may county. there's already snow on the ground and there's a bit more on the way but not a lot more. this is good news. we've been on the edge of this storm system. we could have 2 inches on the ground by 10:00 this morning in philadelphia and some parts of new jersey still expected to be getting more snow as it is closer to the center of the storm that's moving into new england. but the farther west you go the less snow you will see.
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so not very impressive snow totals. a lot less shoveling to do as we go into the later afternoon hours. the wind though that's going to be. it's going to be on the ground tomorrow morning. 15 degrees to start with. 30 in the afternoon. another cold start on thursday. a slight chance of a start on friday. then the real codeld heading into the weekend down to 15 degrees on sunday. we'll be right back. tiberius lauderwink can appreciate a simple name. that's why he likes pick 2 from the pennsylvania lottery, the simplest numbers game yet. they've given all your favorite numbers games new, simpler names. play pick 2. easy to play. simple to say.
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falling. practically everywhere. 2 inches in voorhees and bill henley, and we'll have the school alert forecast coming in a minute. we continue to track the snowfall. we check out what's happening down the shore with nbc 10's matt delucia. matt what's it look like out there. >> reporter: we'resnow continues to fall. we're on the boardwalk. snow continues to fall. we have an accumulation. a lot of folks are stayinging off the road. we'll have more coming up.
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philadelphia. some side streets still need to be plowed but the major roads, they appear to be in pretty good shape. >> more light and fluffy snow is in parts of the area. we'll take you neighborhood by neighborhood and tell you how much more you can get. welcome to "nbc 10 news." i'm vai sikahema. >> and i'm rosemy conary connors. there are school closings scrolling on the bottom of the screen and you d can get it on the nbc 10 news app. some schools have been delayed. make sure you check. let's go to meteorologist bill henley. you've been tracking the changes with the storm. >> yeah. we've been looking at light snowfall. we have seen some light accumulation overnight. that's going to continue throughout much of the morning, but don't look for much more snow to come. the heavy snowfall headed for new england while we're looking at gusty winds and blowing snow in the area. take a look at this view.
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this is a live view from center city. you make out some lighter snow. the winds will be steady. the northwesterly winds will be gusting. blowing snow and very cold with temperatures that feel like they're in the single digits. steady snowfall in the trenton area. heavier there than in philadelphia. parts of jersey especially close to the shore, you'll see more of an accumulation. south of jersey salem county barely getting any snowfall right now. 20s to start with. with the wind blowing it feels like it's in the teens. a blustery day. you can see the light snow blowing past the camera across the area. we'll see additional accumulation. another 1 to 2 inches in philadelphia. that's about it. it will taper off as we head into the afternoon. your hour-by-hour future weather when i'm back in ten minutes. let's check in with jillian mele. good morning to you, jill. >> good morning, bill.
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as i've been saying all morning long, the highways are looking pretty good. they're wet and you have to slow down. in bucks county this is what it looks like. you have snowy conditions. it really changes depending on where you're waking up and where you're traveling. roads in new jersey are pretty messy. keep that in mind. speed restrictions. that includes all the areas, pennsylvania and new jersey. the septa regional rail lines operating on saturday. the kinnew jersey line has suspended service. patco is on a modified schedule and the same for amtrak. rosemary? >> thank you, jillian. we have two crews.
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nbc 10's jesse gary is in mercer and matt delucia is live in atlantic city. let's go to matt first. we know it's snowing but you're also dealing with cold and blustery conditions. >> reporter: yeah rosemary. we've been experiencing gusting winds. we've seen the snow kind of move sideways. of course we've got the ocean right here. in the past 30 to 45 minutes we have seen the snow pick up a little bit. you can see the effect of it out here. i'm going to get out of the way. there have been plows coming through here. one of the untreated spots, an area that has not been we have a coating of an-inch. that's about as much as we've seen. i'm going to get out of the way here. i don't want to get run over. this guys are hard at work making sure the boardwalk is safe, because, of course we have people in the hotels in the casinos right now because we're
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open. we have seen a few people on the boardwalk. i can tell you i can only count on one hand how many people i've seen on the boardwalk in the past 3 to 4 hours. the statewide travel ban, that's still in effect. around daybreak we'll re-evaluate that. only emergency personnel and essential personnel for the state are allowed on the roadways right now. so the roads are really empty at this point. throughout atlantic city we've seen mostly wet roads, but i've been talking with crews from atlantic city and also the new jersey didn't of tranceepartment of transportation. they've got crews on the road cleaning up. if that travel ban is lifted, then everything should be cleared up. at this point, the work continues because the snow continues to fall. for livenow we're live in atlantic city. >> thank you, matt. people in mercer county are waking up to snow-covered streets. jesse gary is live where
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snowfall has been steady. jesse, at last check there was a snowplow that came by and you can see blacktop, is that right? >> reporter: yes. continuing to plow. blacktop and salt on top of that and it's melted any remaining snow. so that's wet pavement. you talk about the snow continuing to fall. so this is an area that has not been plowed so this should be a pretty good indicator. it's about an inch and a half going on two inches of snow that's been falling. it's blowing because of the wind but the roads are clear. the travel ban is still in effect. unless you have an emergency reason out to be here you shouldn't be. we'll update conditions again in the next few minutes. >> thanks jesse. we've also got you covered with conditions at philadelphia national airport. that's where monique braxton is live. talk about that.
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any updates? >> right now flights are still canceled. numerous flights to be honest with you, rosemary. i should also tell you airport officials are being briefed on the status and we're waiting to be updated from them. in the meantime we've been here for two hours. the snow is light enough to coat your car but you can easily dust it off, move it with your hands. also the parking lot, you can see the parking lot is covered. less than an irk onnch on the parking lot but just enough to coat the sidewalks. we caught airport employees sweeping snow off the sidewalks when we first arrived. also inside looking at the arrival and departure boards they all have numerous canceled flights. it looks like a ghost town at one of the counters. but we found a passenger ek
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stack ecstatic to be leaving. >> you could go skiing here. >> that's what the irony of it all is. >> reporter: he told us he was catching a flight to salt lake city to go skiing. we notice that most flights along the northeast corridor have been canceled. airport officials tell us even though the flights were canceled here, they did set up sleep zones. they had four people sleep in those designated areas beyond the security gate. and in the next half hour we hope to have an update for you from the airport. live for now from phl, monique braxton, "nbc 10 news." >> thank you, monique. remember if you're traveling today or trying to travel or picking somebody up call this number, 1-800-phl-gate. that's where you can get the latest information.
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>> we're tracking light snow in the area. a couple of spots where it's coming down heavier, but light snow is coming down for much of the morning only to taper off this afternoon. the gusty winds we already have will be staying with us and deliver much colder air tonight. the temperatures will be plummeting into the teens. so any snow left on the ground is going to be frozen solid tonight. no snow falling right now in allentown. 25 degrees and just light snow in northeast philadelphia. and in atlantic city we've seen the live pictures from there and the view from the nbc 10 studios, a little bit of a breeze. the i wents have been gusting at times. the winds will be increasing as the morning progresses. the heavy snow missing us into new england. but it's a massive storm. so even though we're on the edge of the storm system, we're still seeing accumulating snow. just lightly accumulating snow. it makes it into philadelphia, but farther west just a few flurries. very light snow. the accumulating snowfall mainly
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for new jersey. you can see it comes down a little heavier in the trenton area. jesse garry hasy has reported two inches on the ground and cape may and atlantic city. the snow will continue to accumulate this morning. don't look for large snowfall totals. by 10:00 this morning, 2 inches in philadelphia and atlantic city topping out on the low side, about 2 inches of snow. light snowfall falling for much of the day, accumulating but not the heavy stuff that's heading for new england. temperatures will stay at or below freezing today and then as i mentioned, it really gets cold after the snow ends tonight. we've got the seven-day forecast when i'm back in ten. >> in addition to the problems that the snow has on the road they're modifying and suspending service on mass transit. >> that's right. let's check in with nbc 10
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traffic, jillian mele. >> let me take you across the roads and take you across different places. this is what it's looking like across the new jersey turnpike along 95. it looks like a ghost town. there is that travel ban in new jersey so not too many people on the roads right now. a different story in trenton. a live look. we have very snowy conditions. and then in toms river, this is a live look at the garden state parkway. you can clearly see not too much blacktop. we're seeing dangerous driving co conditions. you need to slow down. even when we see rain we see a lot of accidents and delays. heading into pennsylvania this is a live look. things are different on the highways here. 95 is pretty much clear. they're pretty wet. that's what i'm going to say around center city.
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north philadelphia that's what it looks like there. i'm giving you a wide variety of different cameras. in bucks county this is specifically in the area. bucks county road you knee to slow down and take your time there. at route 896. we're not reporting any conditions in delve ware. >> reporter: i'm keith jones in phoenix. deflategate sure to be a hot topic today. we talk with the woman whose job it is to make the footballs by hand for super bowl xlix. her take on deflategate coming up next, live from super bowl xlix.
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at 6:44 you can see the snow has looked like it's starting to taper off. this morning it has been a little bit herbier, thicker in that part of new jersey. it looks like conditions are improving at least just a little bit. mercer county new jersey that's where for our region most of the snow is going to be falling. looks like the conditions have improved a little well. nbc 10's jesse gary has been telling us a couple of inches have accumulated on the ground. very different picture in philadelphia. really just a coating. nbc 10's katy zachry has been roving all around the city to check on then cans on the road. she's inside storm force 10. katy, any problems for you guys this morning? >> reporter: you know rosemary take a look outside and look at these roads. we're on eastern avenue through mt. airy. this is probably the west of it
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we've seen all morning. it's not a thick coating. it's a light coating of snow mixed with slush. these roads have not been plowed. cars are forced to go slower which is advisable. this is not a snow emergency route, so they are able to park on either side of the street and other parts of the city, primarily in center city where it's a snow emergency route. that parking ban went into effect last night. i texted the mayor's chief of staff to find out when that parking ban is going to be lifted considering the conditions that have changed overnight and we're not seeing the amount of snowfall we saw. we just turned turned onto a side street. you see someone to our left who is shoveling off or scraping off the snow from her car. i want to tell you the majors throughout the city. 76 95 the vine street
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expressway they're all looking rt good. just wet roadways moisture on the road. they've been clear of any snow or slush. and the side streets, this is probably the worst of it we've seen up in the mount airy neighborhood. keep in mind the schools yesterday, parochial and public schools are close. that's still in effect today. just as you step outside your car or door, the conditions are pretty raw, so you definitely need to bundle up. the driving conditions might not be as bad as we thought they would be but the conditions outside, cold wet. there's that light mist coming down but coupled with the wind it's making for raw conditions. back to you guys. and we're counting down super bowl xlix. keith jones is live in glendale. i know the patriots don't want
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to hear about the deflategate. the greatest one i heard was the new england deflatriots. the reason i mentioned it's taking place in the phoenix convention center is the fact that a wilson football-making demonstration was taking place there. i want to show you the video. the tenuous process that three or four people go through to make these footballs. as a matter of fact only two people sew these game-ready footballs in the entire country. we talked to one of them. cheryl you see her here. she's been doing it for 37 years. and it's her responsibility to make every football for super bowl xlix 'em. the people at wilson are telling me
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the only way to deflate a football is with a pin. >> i think every one i make is good but they'll check it. if it's not good it won't go. >> you guarantee that. >> yeah. >> you'd stake your 37 years on it. >> yes i would. >> she was very sweet. these footballs go through a rigorous testing, shaping process as well. they were very clear. you can't take the air out of the ball. they made this quite clear, unless you take a pin to it. doesn't matter if the weather conditions are extreme or if you spike the ball too hard. rob gronkowski sent out a tweet that made fun of that. you've covered a media day in the past. my question to you is if you were to ask one question to anyone here, whether it be a player, a coach, a super bowl official, what would it be? >> that's a good question keith. ironically the last super bowl i covered was when the eagles and patriots won ten years ago. i would stay away from russell
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wilson and tom brady because there will be stacks of people. i would go to the others and ask how the super bowl will be changing their life moving forward. the back end of your life if you win the game,ite goengs to chamg your life. how is it going to change your life? i would be interested in hearing that. >> there's going to be local guys. rutgers alums are peppered in with the patriots' secondary. devin mccordy not to mention tight end tim wright. i'd be interested to hear and ask the questions of them how is the super bowl going to change their life. tweet me @keithjones and find me on facebook keith jones at 10. we're going to ask all things super bowl. >> always there's a woman in a wedding dress that comes and asks a super bowl quarterback to
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marry her. look for that. it kicks off with pregame fun at noon. thank you, keith. of course, you can catch every play right here on nbc 10. continuing to track light snow in the area. the wind will stay with us and much colder air will be moving in tonight. moving out the door, reading, cloudy skies. flurries this morning. light snow for philadelphia and trenton has seen some steadier snowfall. and the snow has extended into cape may. we went on the air at 4:00 this morning. it was completely dry. now light snow will be accumulating a bit more especially in new jersey. there's cape may getting the snow. and right up the coast, the snow is falling. but it's a little bit heavier in
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gloucester and camden counties. we're on the edge of the monster storm system that's pounding new england. we've really dodged a bullet. we're still going to get snowfall as well as the wind. right now, steady winds of 20 miles an hour in atlantic city and dover. these north to northwest winds will keep temperatures low during the day today and give us windchills that will range from 2 degrees in the poconos to 15 in philadelphia. it feels like 17 degrees in wilmington. could see another inch or possibly 2 inches of snow in philadelphia and into new jersey but not much more than that high temperatures in tupper 20s and low 30s. then the cold blows into town tonight. if somebody doesn't treat it, it will be on the ground tomorrow morning. 15 degrees frozen solid. another cold morning on thursday. a slight chance of a shower on
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it from. the temperatures plummet. 17 degrees. 15 on sunday. a quick update. we just got word the snow emergency in philadelphia has been lifted so the snow emergency routes you couldn't park on overnight forecast you have to go into the city for work, you can park on the majors. that's good news. >> parking has resumes add as usual. and also we're not seeing the normal volume we'd typically see, right, jill? >> you're exactly right. i want to point out we're dealing with the lines. the regional rals is operating on a saturday morning. the norristown high speed line has normal service. that's fine. if you're taking new jersey transit or you planned to take
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new jersey trap sitnsit that is still suspended this morning. that went into effect last night. patco is operating on a suspended schedule. same thing for amtrak. this is something i'll keep an eye on and keep you updated on. >> not what we expected. this is all happen ag long the coast this morning. just ahead we'll have a live update. stay with us.
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i'm matt delucia live in atlantic city. we're here on the boardwalk. this area was plowed a couple of
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minutes ago. we've got about an inch. you can see how slippery it is on the boardwalk. everyone's got to be careful if you're coming out here. the road is not good either. there's a statewide travel ban in effect for new jersey that's not been lifted at this point, but, of course the crews are out there working on the roads. they're making phone calls to state and local officials. they say they're getting a good handle on it. live in atlantic city i'm matt delucia nbc 10 new ss. >> reporter: i'm jesse gary in mercer county. plows have been out and they've taken roads that were covered with snow and turned them into roads that are clear with salt and melted snow. i talked with officials. they say regardless of the snow totals they're going to keep working their snow plan. the snow travel emergency ban still in effect but they hope to visit that later today. live in mercer county, jesse gary, n b"nbc 10 news"." >> reporter: and i'm katy zachry
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live live. there's only about an-inch to 2 inches of light snow. on the major roads, secondary roads an even some of the smaller local roads, they have been plowed. i were pretreated and they aren't posing any issues for people driving this morning. well, the blizzard part of the storm has left us. we're on the edge the outside edge that's just enough for light snow. it's been falling for most of the morning and it will continue to accumulate in philadelphia. many of the western suburbs are barely seeing any snow. but new jersey is seeing snow and into bucks county in pennsylvania and across new jersey light accumulation with cold temperatures today.
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>> all right. thank you. we'll see you for local updates in about 25 minutes. if you have to go to school or work you can check in with us on the nbc app. have a good one. . good morning. frozen. as the blizzard slams parts of the northeast, life is at a stand still for tens of millions. streets empty, airports closed. boston getting the brunt of it up to two feet expected by this afternoon, while new york city dodges a bullet and our team is scattered far and wide across the region this tuesday, january 27th 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news this is a special edition of "today," the blizzard of 2015 with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza.


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