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scramble into the streets after a water main break in center city. we'll show you exactly where it happened and we'll have more on the progress to fix the problem. plus get the rain gear ready. it's going to be a soaker. right now, all is come out there, but it will be a very different picture later on today and the streets and sidewalks make it a little icy. we'll explain in the first alert forecast. good morning and welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. it's just after 6:00 on this sunday. meteorologist michelle grossman is keeping an eye on the radar. and michelle is the rain falling anywhere this morning? >> we have some spots that are seeing the rain. parts of southern and central delaware and also extreme southern new jersey. that's about it right now, but the rain will fill in as we go through the next couple of hours, and we may even see a little freezing stuff to the north and west. here's a live look outside. we're looking at the pocono mountains. a cold start there. everywhere else, we're starting much milder than where we were yesterday. up to 23 degrees milder in the mt. poconos. we have the rain falling. you can see that on radar in
parts of central and southern delaware, extreme southern new jersey. and this will begin to lift to the north and east as we head throughout the next couple of hours. currently, temperatures are above freezing in those spots. 42 in millville. 46 in wildwood. 39 in dover. 48 in atlantic city and that is good news. now, to the north and west we're still seeing temperatures below freezing right around 26 in pottstown. 22 in reading. 28 in allentown. so the question mark will be will the precip arrive before those temperatures rise? and if it does we could see some slippery surfaces, especially on untreated surfaces north and west. so futurecast as we go throughout time we'll see a sunday soaker an afternoon soaker, and especially in parts of delaware and new jersey that's where we'll see the heaviest rain and then the concern north and west will be this morning for that icy freezing drizzle, maybe and some freezing rain. so for today, by 8:00 35 chance for rain moving in. 10:00, we'll see that rain falling. and by lunchtime, 42 degrees. a milder day today, a rainy day today. and by tomorrow we'll see the temperatures drop the sunshine returns. it will be a windy one as well.
we'll talk more about that, coming up. now to breaking news. the teen couple known as bonnie and clyde have been captured in florida overnight. police say that officers found 18-year-old dalton hayes and his 13-year-old girlfriend early this morning in panama city beach. the teens were asleep in a truck that was stolen in georgia. hayes is charged with being a fugitive from justice and is awaiting extradition back to kentucky. the 13-year-old girl is now with the florida department of children and families. police in other states have been looking for the couple over the last two weeks. during that time they were accused of stealing trucks and cashing stolen checks. although they have been compared and called bonnie and clyde, they are not accused of committing any violent crimes. new from overnight in philadelphia, two people are in the hospital and a gunman is on the loose. a man and a woman were shot around midnight around adams avenue in the city's frankfort neighborhood.
the man was shot in the face. he's in critical condition, and the woman was shot in the chest and arms. she is in stable condition. also new from overnight, a man is in critical but stable condition after a driver hit him while he was walking in the cobbs creek section of philadelphia. this happened on the 5400 block of baltimore avenue before 2:00 this morning. police tell us that the driver did stop at the scene. no word on what exactly led up to the crash or if any charges will be filed. this morning, a burlington county mother is behind bars charged with killing her newborn daughter. it's a story that we first brought to you as breaking news yesterday morning. nbc 10's monique braxton is live in pemberton township. and monique, what's happening next this week with the investigation? >> reporter: rosemary this is the dark road where the 22-year-old mother brought her little baby girl. you can see, there is a growing memorial here a candle is lit, stuffed teddy bears, a stuffed fish. also, some flowers being placed here at the roadside.
someone also has taped ribbons, pink blue white, next to the post where police had marked their crime scene on friday night. authorities say hyphernkemberly dorvilier of pemberton township recently gave birth. nbc 10 reached out to the mother's family, but as you can see, no one answered our knock at the door. dorvilier is accused of dousing the baby girl with an accelerant before setting her on fire on the road friday night. the child died at st. christopher's hospital a few hours later after being airlifted there. authorities said dorvilier could have dropped the baby off at a police station or a hospital anonymously. it's all part of new jersey's safe haven law. >> it's a crazy world, you know? i wish she would have taken better action dropped her off at a hospital or fire company, called the state, police department, anything that could
have taken care of the baby. >> now, police arrested dorvilier. she's being held on $500,000 bail. in the coming weeks, the medical examiner will be conducting an occupancy to determine exactly how the baby died. also investigators are staying on this case because they want to know the circumstances surrounding the baby girl's birth. live for now in pemberton township monique braxton, nbc 10 news. after 11 hours, crews have repaired a water main break and water is running again to rooms at a very busy center city hotel. around 6:00 last night, a water main ruptured underground, leaking water into the sub-basement at the loews hotel at 12th and market streets. the hotel's electric lines were down, so that meant no power or water for the guests. hotel management told us that they were close to full occupancy. >> no water, no power, everything in the dark. and actually no heat either, so the rooms are getting a little cold but that's all right. >> power was restored around
9:00 last night and the water started flowing about 30 minutes ago. 12th street between market and chestnut has also reopened. it was closed while crews made the repairs. we have some new information this morning on the condition of the woman injured when a temple student fell on her from eight stories up. erica goodwin's family says that she's been upgraded from critical to serious condition. goodwin was hurt when 18-year-old rebecca kim fell from a center city window thursday night. kim died after landing on goodwin, who was walking below. kim was a freshman at temple university and went to high school in montgomery county. police say she fell to her death after climbing out of the window to take pictures. we have some new video this morning from just outside of a gym in camden county where witnesses tell us that somebody has pulled out a gun. they all had to be evacuated. a viewer sent us these images after police responded to the l.a. fitness in summerdale. people at the gym tell us that
an employee was working out there when some kind of altercation happened and he took out a gun. again, officials evacuated the building and then police took the man into custody. now to news in lehigh county, where we are learning more about a deadly crash between a train and an suv. authorities say 64-year-old carol midei became disoriented before she turned on to the tracks on friday night and got stuck. an oncoming freight train couldn't stop in time and slammed into her car. officials have ruled midei's death as accidental. hundreds of mountain bikers hit the slopes. we'll explain why they were doing this. all right. we are tracking a sunday soaker today. the rain is not here yet in philadelphia. we're waking up to mostly cloudy skies, but we are seeing some rain falling in parts of southern new jersey and also parts of delaware. as we go throughout the afternoon, we'll see rain falling up to an inch in some spots. your full forecast, straight ahead.
this weekend, there is fear in europe and fury in parts of the muslim world. you're looking at a violent protest yesterday in the west african nation of niger. france used to rule niger. angry crowds burned churches. at least ten people are dead. in pakistan demonstrators attacked a french consulate. it's all in response to the publication of another cartoon of the prophet muhammad by the french satirical magazine "charlie hebdo." a suspect pardappeared in a bulgaria court. authorities believe he is linked to the terrorists who killed 12 people at the paris offices of the magazine last week. bulgaria courts will decide
whether he will be extradited to france. in the philippines this morning, officials now estimate that 6 million people turned out for pope francis' final mass in the country. worshippers braved the wind and the rain during the outdoor service in manila. the pope urged people there to protect their children from sin and give them hope. pope francis dedicated his four-day trip to the philippines to the poor. about a quarter of the people who live there live in poverty. today, some u.s. lawmakers continue their visit to cuba, as officials for both countries move forward with a new relationship. last month, the obama administration loosened trade and travel restrictions that had been in place for more than half a century. a delegation of six democrats are talking with cuban officials about whether the country is ready for an influx of american tourists. the lawmakers' trip wraps up tomorrow. police in florida say a gunman who shot two people at a shopping mall there before killing himself was out to target his wife. the shooting happened yesterday
in melbourne on florida's atlantic coast. the gunman opened fire inside the food court where his wife worked. she was wounded, but will be okay. but a man nearby was shot and killed. witnesses and police describe the scene as shoppers ducked for cover or ran for their lives. >> i have no words for it. it's ridiculous. >> these are the kind of incidents that we plan for, we train for, but we hope we never have to deal with. >> police say the shooting stemmed from a domestic situation. the mall was closed down yesterday, but is expected to reopen today. let's head now to oregon where authorities say a highway pileup involving more than two dozen vehicles all started with some black ice. according to police a couple of tractor-trailers came upon the ice early yesterday morning and slammed into each other. that set off a chain reaction crash. crews spent most of the day clearing away the cars and the big rigs. 12 people were hurt. four of them have serious
injuries. bundled up bikers wrapped up a winter mountain bike festival in switzerland this weekend. they call it snow epic. more than 120 mountain bikers from 20 countries competed over three days on fat bikes with large tires. i guess that's how they can navigate the snow. there were some spills as they rode down on the snow with downhill speeds reaching as high as 30 miles an hour. the time right now, 6:14. let's check in with meteorologist michelle grossman. michelle, we're not tracking snow here but we are tracking some rain. >> and we may even see a little frozen precipitation as we head towards the north and west. it's going to be all about timing. let's take a look at your weather headlines on this sunday. and we have below-freezing temperatures right now in philadelphia, and that's actually north and west. that's going to be the question mark. freezing rain north and west. i'll show you radar in just a minute. i'll show you the temperature profile and the timing of when we think this precip will
arrive. sunday soaker that's the weather headline. most of us will see rain, heavy rain from philadelphia parts of new jersey and also delaware. to the north and west of the poconos and the lehigh valley not seeing as much rain, but they may see the frozen stuff. monday, a cold and windy day blustery martin luther king day. right now, mostly cloudy in philadelphia. no precip falling just yet. but if you're heading out and want to bring the umbrella it's going to start in the next few hours. winds out of the northeast at 5 miles an hour. a look at radar showing us we have some rain falling in parts of delaware also southern new jersey, and again, this will start to fill in as we head over the next couple of hours. temperatures right now, this will be key, at least through 9:00, 10:00. looking to the north and west we're still seeing temperatures below freezing 28 in allentown, 26 in lancaster. below freezing in philadelphia but right at that mark 31 degrees. but to the south and east, we're above freezing which is good news. 48 in atlantic city 42 in millville, 39 in dover.
that's where we're seeing rain falling right now. radar showing us we have some green showing up on radar. that's indicating rain falling in delaware and cape may county atlanta county. this will lift to the north and also the east and start to fill in over the next couple of hours. so we need to get those temperatures above freezing north and west before it does that. but it will be a question mark if the precipitation gets here before those temperatures rise and untreated surfaces may be a little slippery. doesn't cause a lot of ice to cause some problems. future weather showing the timing. you see pink showing up by 8:00 indicating we may see a little sleet, a little freezing rain. and in philadelphia we're seeing the rain. you can see that darker shading in the yellow oranges indicating some heavier rain. and that will be especially in new jersey and also delaware. same story by 11:00, some orange showing up. and even some pink still in the poconos. that may be a little longer to get out of there in the poconos. my 1:00 everyone is seeing the rain falling. still heavy east of philadelphia and south of philadelphia. you could see up to 2 inches in some spots and localized
flooding. by 7:00 we're seeing some clouds some less over light rain along the coast of new jersey and then we'll really start the clearing process overnight. we'll wake up to sunny and windy conditions. what are we expecting in terms of rain totals? over an inch in philadelphia close to an inch and a quarter, close to an inch and a half in atlantic city same story in toms river. a big, big cutoff. not much as you head towards the poconos and about a quarter of an inch in allentown. today, a good sunday soaker. sit on the couch, don't move kind of day. winds out of the southeast at 5 to 10 miles an hour. tonight we'll see that clearing process and a blustery day on monday, 38 degrees, lots of sunshine, though. sunshine sticks around on tuesday. still a cold day. breezy 39. chance for rain and snow as a clipper system moves through on wednesday. cold, still, 38 degrees, and high pressure controls thursday friday, and saturday. that means lots of sunshine that's good news but cold weather, 36 on saturday, mostly sunny skies.
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today it's pay what you wish at the philadelphia museum of art in honor of martin luther king jr. day. that's where pico is sponsoring an exhibit at the philadelphia museum of art called represent. the program continues tomorrow. guests can see the exhibit, watch performances and design greeting cards. this weekend, students got the chance to see a special free screening of the film "selma." the movie is about dr. king and the historic march from selma to montgomery, alabama, during the civil rights movement. the city of philadelphia and local businesses raised more than $40,000 to allow students
to watch the film as part of the students for selma initiative. vice president joe biden will be in our area tomorrow to mark mlk day. the vice president will speak at the annual organization of minority women mlk breakfast in wilmington. it's the 31st year for the event, which commemorates king's legacy. it takes place tomorrow morning at the chase center along the riverfront. also tomorrow more than 100,000 volunteers will come together for the 20th annual greater philadelphia martin luther king day of service. it's the largest king day event in the nation. it includes 1,800 projects workshops, health, and job fairs and much more. president obama will deliver his sixth state of the union address before a republican-led congress this week. the president is expected to announce a tax proposal and call on lawmakers to make community college free for many students increased paid leave for workers, and access to the cybersecurity world.
we'll have more on the president's state of the union address coming up at 7:00 this morning when we will talk live with chuck todd moderator of "meet the press," and of course you can watch the state of the union on tuesday night at 9:00 right here on nbc 10 or you can watch it on our nbc 10 news app. a young mother avoids deportation after seeking refuge inside of a philadelphia church. how she won her freedom.
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kensington ministry in november. her family is documented but angela is not. navarro navarro's attorney says they will move to reopen her case. >> it was super important, because i didn't know there was a way out of my situation. and i'm so glad that i made the decision to come and seek sanctuary and that we won. >> those are the words of angela navarro, told to us by an interpreter. navarro's attorney says they'll move to reopen her case. she has she will enjoy freedom. let's talk to tyler mathisen who has a preview of what we can expect in the week ahead in business news. >> look for a busy week ahead, folks. president obama gives his state of the union address on tuesday. the u.s. conference of mayors gives its read on the state of the american cities. the sundance film festival and the winter x games both kick off. and the week begins with a holiday on monday to honor martin luther king jr. investors here and around the globe will look to the european central bank this week. a lot of attention there.
it is expected to announce a massive federal reserve-style bond-buying stimulus program designed to help lift those struggling european economies and fight off deflation. a ton of earnings out in just four days this week including results from the dow components johnson & johnson, ibm, united health care travelers, verizon, general electric and mcdonald's. that's enough folks. the u.s. and cuba will hold their first formal bilateral talks in decades. relaxed trade and travel rules could help a lot of american companies by opening up the cuban market to their goods and services. much of housing data out this week including sales and orders for new homes as well as home price data. they're still rising those prices, but not as fast as they were before. and there's an online auction this week of an angry century-old letter written by lady lucille duth gordon a wealthy survivor of the "titanic," in which she complains about the disgraceful treatment at the hands of british officials investigating
the disaster and why so many rich passengers survived sinking. i'm tyler mathisen, get all your business news on cnbc. the time right now is 6:27. nbc 10's monique braxton is live in burlington county following the investigation of a mother charged with murder. monique? >> reporter: rosemary, after the break, you're going to hear from a witness who came out to this scene near where a memorial is growing and encountered the mother setting her baby on fire. don't go away. all right. we are waking up dry this morning in philadelphia. mostly cloudy skies, but we have some rain falling in parts of delaware, also extreme southern new jersey. here's a live look outside. we'll see rain filling in over the next couple of hours. we'll have your soaking forecast, straight ahead.
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an alleged two-week crime spree have been captured. how police tracked them down and what they were doing when officers found them. the south jersey mom is charged in the death of her newborn baby who was set on fire. in a live report we'll show you the memorial at the murder scene. let's take a live look now at the center city skyline. all looks calm and quiet at the moment, but rain will be moving in and there is a chance of some icy conditions a little bit later on. the nbc 10 first alert forecast is next. good morning. welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:30 on this sunday. meteorologist michelle grossman is watching that rain that's moving into our area. and some parts are already starting to see it michelle. >> that's right, in parts of delaware and extreme southern new jersey, we're seeing that rain falling. right now, we're mostly cloudy in philadelphia to the north and west we're mostly cloudy but i love this shot because it tells some stories. we're seeing wet roadways and rain falling in cape may county. this is a live view from our cape may camera.
you can see that showing up on radar as well, filling in right now, and it will continue to fill in our area over the next couple of hours. everyone will see rain today, it's a question of how much. it's also a question of what will be falling. let's go ahead and take a look at temperatures right now. 31 in philadelphia just 1 degree below freezing. 32 in wilmington 42 in millville. 48 degrees in atlantic city. those spots above freezing. that's the good news. to the north and west we are below freezing. 22 in reading, 28 in allentown. so it's going to be a question of, if the precip arrives before these temperatures get above freezing, are we going to see a little freezing rain maybe a little freezing drizzle? that's something we'll watch over the next couple of hours. futurecast as we go throughout time, we'll see rain really taking over the area. this is the view by 1:00. you can see the orange the yellow indicating some heavier stuff. so right along i-95 and east and parts of delaware and also southern new jersey. that's where we'll see the heaviest amount of rain. and could see up to an inch and a half in some spots, maybe 2 inches. so poor drainage areas, maybe see some localized flooding.
otherwise, i don't think flooding will be too much of an issue. by 8:00 35 by 10:00, 9, and by noon 41 degrees. a mild but rainy afternoon. we'll talk more about that and a blustery monday. we're talking about wind, sunshine, but also cold temperatures, that's all straight ahead. new from overnight, philadelphia police are investigating a shooting the that sent two people to the hospital. it happened right around midnight in the area of adams avenue in the city's frankfort neighborhood. a man was shot in the face. he's in critical condition and a woman was shot in the chest and arm. she's in stable condition. police have not arrested anyone in this case. a baby is dead after being set on fire and the mother is now facing murder charges. it's a story that we first told you about as breaking news yesterday morning. nbc 10's monique braxton is live in pemberton township burlington county following the investigation. >> reporter: this dark radio that winds through a rural
community is where the young mother brought her baby girl. you can see a memorial is growing, a candle is lit. stuffed teddy bears, a stuffed the fish. also ribbon and fires, posted where police had actually wrapped crime scene tape late friday night. authorities say 22-year-old hyphernkemberly dorvilier, of pemberley township set the baby girl on fire shortly after she was born. this week the circumstances surrounding that birth will be examined. nbc 10 went to the dorvilier home, but no one answered our knock at the door. dorvilier is accused of dousing her baby with an accelerant. sources say it may have been wd-40. a witness spotted a can of it in the back of her car. the fire near his home late friday night. when he rushed over dorvilier told him she was burning dog poop. >> when i went by to say, pick it up and put it out, my wife heard the baby scream.
and then when that happened i slammed her door shut. she tried to run for it and i just put her to the ground. and that's when we saw that it was a baby instead of a pile of poop or a brush. >> reporter: now, that witness also told us that dorvilier told him that the baby wasn't hers but the little girl with her umbilical cord still attached was airlifted to st. christopher's hospital and died two hours later. dorvilier is being held this morning on $500,000 bail. the medical examiner will perform an autopsy this week. live for now from pemberton township, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. the teen couple from the south known as bonnie and clyde, have been captured in florida. police say officers found 18-year-old dalton hayes and his 13-year-old girlfriend early this morning in panama city beach. the teens were apparently asleep in a truck that had been stolen in georgia. hayes is being charged with being a fugitive from justice
and is awaiting extradition to kentucky. the 13-year-old girl is now with the florida department of children and families. police in a few states have been looking for the couple for the last two weeks. during that time, they were accused of stealing trucks and cashing stolen checks. although the couple has been compared to bonnie and clyde, they are not accused of committing any violent crimes. the water is running again at a busy center city hotel after a water main break shut it off for nearly 12 hours. around 6:00 last night, a water main ruptured underground, leaking water into the subbasement at the loews hotel at 12th and market street. the hotel's electricical lines were down, so that meant no water or power for the guests. and according to hotel management they were close to full occupancy. >> no water, no power, everything in the dark and actually, no heat either so the rooms are getting a little cold. but, you know, that's all right. >> reporter: >> the power came back on around 9:00 last night and the water started flowing again about 30
minutes ago. 12th street between market and chestnut has also reopened. it had been closed while crews made repairs. we have some new information this morning on the condition of the woman injured when a temple student fell on top of her from eight stories up. erica goodwin's family says she's been upgraded from critical to serious condition. goodwin was hurt when 18-year-old rebecca kim fell from a center city window thursday night. kim died after landing on goodwin who was on the sidewalk below. kim was a freshman at temple university. she went to high school in montgomery county. police say she fell to her death after she climbed out of the window to take pictures. a night at the gym was cut short for some folks in camden county yesterday. they had to be evacuated after witnesses say somebody pulled out a gun. here's what we know. viewers sent us this video from just outside of the l.a. fitness in summerdale. police satat the gym tell us an employee was working out there
when some kind of altercation happened and the employee took out a gun. officials evacuated the building and police took the man into custody. in lehigh county we are learning more about a deadly crash involving a train and an suv. authorities say 64-year-old carol midei, the driver of the suv, became disoriented before turning on to the tracks in macungie on friday night and getting stuck. an oncoming freight train couldn't stop in time and slammed into her car. officials have ruled midei's death as accidental. changes go into effect today for bus riders in delaware. first, there's an increase in fares. for example, on the statewide fixed route, the cash fare is now $1.75. that's a 25-cent increase. d.a.r.t. has also made some service changes, including time changes to more than a dozen bus routes. so you may want to check the schedules before you head out today. free-range kids.
a controversial trend in parenting that experts say is putting your kids at risk. we'll talk about it, after the break. okay. may need the umbrellas today. we're already seeing some rain. here's a live look outside. we're seeing mostly cloudy skies in philadelphia. we'll see the rain filling in over the next couple of hours and may be heavy at times. we'll track that for you and we'll track some sunshine for your monday. that's all straight ahead. ♪ ♪ ♪ i ♪
story. >> danielle says part of growing up is learning how to do things on your own. that's why she and her husband allow their 10-year-old son and 6-year-old daughter to walk short distances around their suburban maryland neighborhood by themselves. >> they need to learn that you know, intangible thing we call street smarts, and the only place you can learn that is outside. >> it's a theory called free range parenting, a rejection of the overprotective helicopter parenting. >> i feel safe because i know my parents have confidence in us. >> reporter: but now this family is being investigated by child protective services because last month, police found the children walking home from a park a mile away from their home. some of the roads they walk along get a lot of traffic. does that concern you? >> well if my children didn't know how to cross streets and if we hadn't spent time that would be a concern, but my kids know. >> reporter: cps didn't comment specifically on this case but points no maryland law.
a child under the age of 8 cannot be left alone in a building, enclosure, or motor vehicle. they say they didn't break that law since their kids were walking outside. >> i don't know. it's -- i would probably be a little bit more concerned about safety. >> lenore says the crime rate was higher when we were growing up. >> according to the fbi study, more than 58,000 kids were abducted by non-relatives no one year. >> what we're asking parents to do is talk to their children and have them know about safety. >> reporter: the child will meet with child protective services next week with no plans to back down. kristen welker nbc news, silver spring, maryland. almost quarter 'til 7:00 on this sunday morning, and we are tracking some rain. and michelle it sounds like overall, it's not going to be a real problem for folks today, but there is a chance of some ice. talk to us about it. >> it depends on where you are.
this is kind of a strange storm. to the south and east we're looking at more rain. to the north and west, we're not looking at more rain. but looking at the potential for ice or freezing drizzle. doesn't take much to make roads slippery, especially untreated surfaces. right now in philadelphia we are looking good. we're dry right now. mostly cloudy skies. that story will change over the next hour or so. 31 degrees right now in philadelphia. winds out of the northeast at 5 miles per hour. it is 12 degrees warmer than this time yesterday, which is good news, with the rain right on our doorstep. so taking a look outdoors across the area in reading, mostly cloudy skies, mostly cloudy skies in philadelphia. it's a cold one to start out in reading. look at atlantic city rain is falling. we're seeing rain falling in atlantic county cape may county central and southern delaware, 48 right now. so we're seeing freezing -- temperatures above freezing in the spots where it is falling, rain is faulglling. taking a look at radar, we have a sunday soaker on tap. we'll see rain pretty much for the next six hours.
it's not going to be out of here until 6:00 7:00 tonight. so temperatures right now, above freezing to the south and east. 48 right now in atlantic city. 39 in dover. 46 at wildwood. but you look to the north and west, you are below freezing. 22 in reading, 29 in mt. pocono 26 in lancaster. this is the area where we're expecting the possibility for some freezing drizzle, maybe some freezing rain to fall. it's going to be a brief period before that warm weather really takes over and we'll see that rain. here's a look at radar right now. you can see some pink showing up on the map. that's a false echo. it's not reaching the ground but that's an indication of what can happen over the next several hours. future weather, as we go throughout time here, the rain really fills in. you can see the pink on the map, indicating slippery roadways, possibly. brief before that rain takes over. by lunchtime, most all of us are seeing that rain falling, seeing heavy rain to the south and east of philadelphia. new jersey and delaware expecting to see the heaviest rain. same story by 1:00 in the afternoon, we'll see heavy rain
falling falling about 4:00. and 5:00, 6:00 7:00 we'll see this wrapping up and moving to the north and east. clearing skies overnight, monday, vacation day, holiday for many sunny and windy, a plus blustery day. temperatures back into the 30s. so sunday soaker today. we have some variables, could see freezing rain freezing drizzle to the north and west. time that out over the next couple of hours. rain some heavy in delaware and parts of southern new jersey. expecting an inch inch and a half 2 inches in some spots. could be some localized flooding where you have poor drainage. rain, some heavy, 42 to 45. mild day, much milder than yesterday, about 14 degrees warmer than where we ended up yesterday. winds out of the southeast at 5 to 10 miles per hour and ma southerly flow will continue to help warm us up for the day. monday blustery conditions sunshine returns, but it will be windy, cold 38 degrees, feeling even colder than that 38 though. tuesday, keeping the sunshine in place, breezy 39. wednesday, a chance for rain and
snow with a clipper system scooting through, 38 degrees. high pressure back in control on thursday. that means it's going to be sunny, but it's going to be cold. 36 and staying put in the 30s on friday and saturday. saturday, mostly sunny skies. ♪ hey, hey, hey ♪ ♪ just think ♪ >> call it a dash cam confessional. a local police officer channels his inner taylor swift. the viral video millions can't stop watching. that's next. and the flyers put an end to a scoring drought in buffalo last night. we'll tell you if they also stopped their two-game losing streak. highlights are coming up. plus an update on kimmo timonen's condition and his future with the team. ring ring! progresso! it's ok that your soup tastes like my homemade. it's our slow simmered vegetables and tender white meat chicken. apology accepted. i'm watching you soup people.
i'm danny pommells from comcast sports net. good morning to you. so glad you could join me. the flyers entered the night last night, having been shut out in seven consecutive periods, facing one of the league's best team the buffalo sabers. flyers up one, and with an advantage, mark strike turns the puck over. gergensons all alone. but denies him. a minute left in the second. zest doing all he can, once again, after a shot goes off the post. continue cover it up though and it's there for the rebound and the sabers tied at 2, third period. chris vandevelde good night. his fourth goal of the season. flyers win they needed it 4-3. flyers gm ron hextall announced that the blood clots in kimmo timonen's lungs have cleared, but the one in his leg has not. so timonen's future in hockey is still very much in doubt. but hextall said there's a
chance kimmo could still play. >> obviously, the lung is good news. whether, we have to go through -- we have to get more doctor's reports and we'll huddle up with the doctors in the next few days and try to figure out a direction here. the biggest thing i want to know is risk. is there risk? because i'm not putting him at risk. >> to the hardwood now. the sixers waste no time after that big win over the pelicans in friday. taking on the pistons, first half michael carter williams a man about his business takes it to the ten with a crazy, acrobatic layup. he led the sixers with 15 but it wasn't the sixers' night. anthony toliver, and henry simms' inbound pass picked off by kyle singler who buries a three. sixers lose 107-89. busy saturday at the local college hardwood. let's have it. villanova trying to make a
perfect run. this will happen. brian archie from deep puts up four in the second half. the big fella, game-high 21 points. tim boors helps villanova pull away with 62-47 victory. how about temple taking on cincinnati without senior will cummings sitting out with a leg injury. jaylen bond delivers nine points. temple outscored by 30 in the second half and loses to cincinnati 84-53. florida and lasalle jordan price is the night's drive led the explorers to 15. jor-el rice the big fella, going with a lefty baby hook in the paint. he had 11. they hand the rams their sixth straight conference loss 60-49. the halftime of yesterday's game at the gold lasalle honored the
1989-'90 explorers led by coach stevie mark. lionel simmons, the l-train, helped the explorers go 30-1 in the regular season winning their conference championship and the big five. also in local college hoops yesterday, drexel knocked off delaware down in newark and that's sports. i'm danny pommells from comcast sports net. it's a tradition that dates back neurosurgeonmore than 50 years. the mum mers serenade. they were honored during the festivities that first started in 1960. hey, if you're looking for something to do today and looking to make some improvements to your house, the philadelphia home show is the place to be. the home show opened yesterday at the pennsylvania convention center in center city. the show features the latest trends in remodeling decorating gardening, and of course technology. there is a fantastic xfinity booth there. there are plenty of experts on hand to dish out the advice. tomorrow, by the way is heroes
day, so military firefighters police, and teachers get in free. and the show continues next week. a dover police officer is getting quite a bit of attention because of a dash cam video. it has nothing to do with an arrest. it's because of his lip syncing. take a look. ♪ i'm just going to shake, shake, shake ♪ ♪ shake it off, shake it off ♪ >> the department posted this video on his facebook page on friday. you can see master corporal jeff davis does a whole lot of shaking to taylor swift's "shake it off" while he drives his patrol car. at times, his expression gets serious as other cars pass by but then he gets right back into the song. the video has already been viewed over 6 million times. if you want to watch the entire thing, and he does it to the entire song you can watch it on the nbc 10 news app or you can go to our website, nbc10.com. it is the largest mlk day
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day. tomorrow vice president joe biden will be in wilmington for the annual organization of the minority women mlk breakfast. the vice president will speak at the event, which commemorates king's legacy. it takes place at the chase center. also tomorrow more than 100,000 volunteers will come together for the 20th annual greater philadelphia martin luther king day of service. it's the largest king day event in the country. it includes 1,800 projects workshops, health, and job fairs and much more. this weekend, students got the chance to see a special free screening of the film "selma." the movie is about dr. king and the historic march from selma, to montgomery alabama, during the civil rights movement. the city of philadelphia and local businesses have raised more than $40,000 to allow the students to watch the film as part as the students for selma initiative. the tile right now is 6:57. nbc 10's monique braxton has some new information surrounding the murder of a newborn baby in
burlington county. know nik? >> reporter: rosemary, after the break, we're going to tell you what detectives believe the mother may have used to set her little baby girl on fire, as a mourl memorial grows here in pemberton township. if you're headed out, grab your umbrella. wehle see a sunday soaker. here's a live look outside. we're looking at clouds wet roadways in cape may, and also looking at the beach. not a great day to be at the beach. we'll talk more about the forecast for today and sunshine returns for your holiday. that's all straight ahead.
right now on nbc 10 news today, a new mother is behind bars charged with murder after police say she lit her baby girl on fire. we're live from the scene of the crime. tomorrow marks one year since young philadelphia architect was shot and killed during a purse snatching while her murder remains unsolved the woman's family is making sure her legacy lives on. get the umbrellas and the rain jackets ready. it's going to be a sunday soaker. you wouldn't necessarily know it from this live picture in cape may. the sun, out there in the distance but we do have some