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nbc 10 news starts now. right now on nbc 10 news today, busses are leaving philadelphia at this hour headed to d.c. for the 20th anniversary of the million man march. cleaning up, some homeowners will be spending this morning doing just that after yesterday's damaging storms, but luckily, nothing like that on the radar for today as we take a live look at the center city skyline, nice fall weekend ahead for us, but it won't be long until some of us see more rain. good morning, everybody. welcome to nbc 10 news today, i'm ted greenberg, and thank you so much for being with us. it's 6:00 a.m. on saturday morning. first alert meteorologist michelle grossman is in looking at a beautiful fall day. >> we deserve it after the stormy weather.
it was a warm day yesterday, humid, temperatures at 80 degrees, big difference this morning with temperatures 16 degrees cooler compared to this time yesterday in some spots. clouds in philadelphia, but those clouds will move out of here, and we'll see mostly sunny skies later on this afternoon. it is a cool start, if not chilly in many spots. dropping into the 40s north and west, 48 in allentown 41 in mount pocono, 54 in philadelphia, and 53 in atlantic city, and 57 in wildwood. a breezy start as well. feels cooler than it actually is. winds around 16 miles per hour, and in wilmington, 10 miles per hour, 13 miles per hour in dover, gusting higher than that around 20-25 miles per hour. as we plan the day today, a fall-like day, a beautiful day, actually, throughout saturday. by 8:00, partly cloudy skies, 56, lunchtime is breezy, cool,
temperatures in the low 60s. mostly sunny skies at 4:00 p.m. at 65. topping out at 66 degrees, three degrees for what is typical this time of year, and closer to normal on sunday. that's coming up. 6:0 2. happening now, busses set to roll out of philadelphia towards the nation's capital for the 20th anniversary of the million man march. the original event october of 1995 was a call for african-american men to work for a better future for themselves and their families. nation of islam leader who led the first march will lead the commemoration on the national mall. today's theme is justice or elsing to the relationship between african-americans and police. we were able to catch up with some folks headed to d.c. for the march. hear there them at 6:30. we are waiting to hear back from the police this morning to see if they will continue the search for a stroller thrown over a bridge last night. police got a call from a woman
who said she saw someone toss a stroller over a bridge. police don't know if a baby was inside that stroller. they are not taking any chances. dive teams searched the water of the brandy wine creek for hours late last night near the 16th street bridge. investigators say the witness was not able to give a good description of the who allegedly tossed the stroller. happening tea, calling all first responders issue pennsylvania's recruitment drive for volunteer firefighters and emergency workers continues today. delaware county put out the call for the first time. the county needs firefighters, fire police officers, emts, and paramedics. if interested, these stations are open 8:00 to 4:00. fire association, aston township
fire company, cardington fire company, prospect park fire company, newtown square fire company, rocky run fire company in middletown township, and brookhaven fire company. four minutes after six, and decision 2016, vice president bietden's motorcade rolled into his driveway in greenville, new castle county yesterday. this weekend could be decision time for biden as reports say he's meeting with his family to decide wlrhether to launch a presidential campaign. he's not scheduled to debate tuesday night although he has an open invitation. the democratic candidates are preparing for debate in vegas. hillary clinton and sanders lead the field. the latest nbc news poll shows clinton on top in iowa and sanders ahead in new hampshire.
sanders is chuck todd's geuest n "meet the press" tomorrow morning at 10: 30 here on nbc 10. members of the naacp chapter pause to remember former leader and civil rights activist jerry mondesire, honored last night, nbc 10 served as the mc, and jerry died sunday from a brain aneurysm, he was elected as a local chapter president in 1996. he eventually served on the board of the national organization. jerry was 65 years old. this body of women are moving the needle. >> thars right. >> not much. but we're still moving it. >> 27 women in one room sharing their accusations against bill cosby. their eerilil familiar stories and why they waited until now to share it.
now you're first alert weather with brittney shipp. >> hopefully she's sleeping at this point, but i'm here, cloudy skies this morning, still dark, and once the sun comes up, clouds move away, sun nir sny s and a nice weekend. mostly cloudy skies in the aquarium camera over center city. temperatures cooler than 24 hours ago, 14 degrees cooler in mount pocono, and 8 degrees cooler in melville. you'll feel the difference stepping out there morning. temperatures in the 50s, the 40s to the north and west, and looking at temperatures at 1 in mount pocono, 48 in reading and allentown, 54 in philadelphia, and south and east, temperatures also cool there, 53 in
wilmington, and 54 in melville. a cool start to the day, add in the winds, cooler than it is. winds gusting up to 18 miles per hour in mount pocono, and 21 miles per hours in pottstown, and we'll have a breeze all day long. so for today, mostly sunny, cool, breezy, temperatures in the mid-60s, below normal this time of year, and feeling fall-like today. beautiful day today, nice one on sunday, and more about that coming up. >> all right, thank you, michelle. today, local homeowners will be cleaning up and doing repairs after storms damaged their property yesterday. those storms rolled through in the evening. take a look. nbc 10 shot the video of the aftermath in montgomery county. powerful winds sent trees crashes down on houses, broken branchs looked like snapped toothpicks. we spoke with a homeowner na napping when the weather got wild. >> at first, i thought i was getting hit by a tornado, you
know, because you heard the wind, and you can hear all these branchs going. >> fortunately, there have been no reports of anyone getting hurt in yesterday's storms. whenever storms hit, remember to stay highway of the bad weather with the nbc 10 news app. get alerts 15 minutes before a storm is forecasted to hit your neighborhood. you can also add other locations like where you work or your child's school for alerts. the app is a free download. take a look at this sink hole trouble in south philadelphia on columbus boulevard around 6:00 last night. police blocked the area creating traffic issues along the boulevard. >> in camden county, a warning from the prosecutor's office this morning about a new phone scam that may have a familiar ring to it. callers pretending to be sheriff officers threatening to arrest the person who answers the phone if the person does not send money spupposed by owed to the
irs. they use software to make it look like they are calling from the camden county sheriff's office. next today, why you might want to consider taking a trip to walmart today, and it has nothing to do with buying anything. plus, the budget battle in pennsylvania wages on this morning, and why one woman says it's a heart breaking impact on women she's trying to help.
capital of ankara. people rallying calling an end to violence between turkish forces and kurdish rebels. 6:14, happening today, it is your last chance to enter a new kind of lottery in pennsylvania. the state's liquor control board issing a limited release lottery tuesday offering 24 bottles of sought after wines and bourbons. the deadline to enter the lottery is at 11:00 tonight. also happening today, the push to get more pennsylvania covered for health insurance. congressman boyle will host an affordable care act enrollment driver at the free library branch in olney today taking place today at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. open enrollment begins november 1st, but many qualified residents can sign up today through the state's health choices program. meantime, walmart stores hosting what the chain is calling america's largest health fair. hundreds of walmarts run the event today from noon until
4:00, and you can get free blood pressure tests, glucose readings, and vision screenings, and some offer flu shots and other vaccinations, and dozens of stores in the area are taking part. to find a store near you, go to walmart's website, type in your zip code. october is domestic violence awareness month, and agencies that help pennsylvania families in need say they are worried that their doors could soon close because of the budget battle in harrisburg. the state has now gone more than 100 days without a spending plan. programs that rely on state funding are not getting any cash, meaning people in need of services are turned away. tens of thousands of residents need help, but jobs are slashed, staffers took pay cut, afterschool programs eliminated, and parenting classes halted. in montgomery county, the
women's thrift shop is open. >> that person needs gas money to get to court, all the things we'd help them to make the move to leave, we can't help them with that right now, and it's heart breaking, and i have seen victims going to their abuser because that's the only choice right now. >> lawmakers are working on bills to release funds todomest violence programs. this is a candle light vigil last night at northern arizona university where students prayed and held a moment of silence hours after aly shooting on campus. police arrested a freshman at the school in flagstaff after gunfire killed one person and injured three others. investigators say a fight between two of the groups of students led to the shooting yesterday morning. police say the suspect opened fire near a dorm that houses sore r sororities and fraternities. in texas, two arrested, although no one charged.
that gunfire happened yesterday morning at a student housing complex. one student was killed, another person wounded is in stable condition. it's the third shooting on our near the campus in less than a week. i was drugged and raped. >> i was sexually assaulted. >> he flipped me over and raped me. >> the room was spinning. >> i was just holding my head. >> we are using our voices to say this is not okay. >> how many of you believe bill cosby raped you? >> last night on nbc's "dateline," more than two dozen women shared their sexual accusations against bill cosby with kor responsibility kate snow. the women's allegations date back decades, but they said it's hard to ignore the patterns in their stories. today, we could learn more about bill cosby's latest deposition in a sexual assault lawsuit. judy huff filed the suit saying she was sexually attacked in the playboy mansion in los angeles back in the 1970s when she was
just 15 years old. huff claims cosby gave her alcohol before the alleged assault, and cosby has not been charged with any crimes. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> well, we've finished the workweek stormy, warm, and temperatures at 80 degrees, humid, and strong storms came through. yesterday evening, they cleared out, and we have cool conditions, feels like fall and quiet that morning. no rain on radar, and we have the clouds, but they will clear out. here's your weather headlines on this saturday. feels like fall, temperatures at 65 degrees later this afternoon, breezy, feeling colder than the air temperature. more sun later on this afternoon, and more sun on sunday, more sun on monday, and then things change tuesday. we have a cold front, rain, and shower activity tuesday before clearing out on wednesday. right now, you are waking up to 54 degrees in philadelphia.
mostly cloudy skies, breezy with winds from the northwest. temperatures at 48 degrees in allentown, 41 in mount pocono, 49 in lancaster. chilly north and west, not as chilly, but 53 in atlantic city, and 55 in dover. cool today, temperatures rising up to 65 later on this afternoon. mostly cloudy, a live look from the adventure aquarium camera. it's dark out there. the sun will rise pretty soon. winds bring cool air in to cool us all day long. not as cool sunday, but still around normal, normal this time of year, 69, and i think we'll top out at 68 tomorrow. winds at the northwest right now, 10 miles per hour in pottstown, 16 miles per hour in wilmington, and 5 miles per hour in lancaster. somes breezier than others, and gusting higher than that, though, winds up to 18 miles per
hour in mount ocono. and feeling cooler than it is. highs around the area, 57 in mount pocono, 64 in allentown, 63 in quakertown. a nice fall afternoon. 63 in doylestown, and 64 in mount holly. the coast, temperatures in the low to mid-60s, 6 3 in atlantic city, 65 in dover, and closer to the city, topping out at 65 in philadelphia 65 in glassboro, and 63 in westchester. mostly sunny skies this afternoon. breezy, cool, 65. sunday, eagles playing at 1:00, great weather, 68 degrees, sunshine. monday, mostly sunny, columbus day holiday, 73, things change tuesday, partly sunny skies, cloud cover bringing the chance of showers, 70 degrees, wednesday, the sun returns, 65, cool, breezy on thursday, and mostly sunny, 68 by friday, mostly sunny, and 66.
sky force 10 over center city philadelphia where dozens of veterans, advocates, and members of the community rallied to end veteran homelessness, calling it a rally for zero after a short program at love parks the group marched to broad street last night to raise awareness for the initiative. one thing we never are tired of seeing are those surprise military reunions, and we have one from ohio that may bring a tear to your eye. meet chase, no. 70 here, a 7th grader and linebacker on the school's football team. his dad just returned from tour of duty in the middle east, but chase had no idea as he prepared to play wednesday night. he learned dad was back in a carefully orchestrated moment in the coin toss. >> general sergeant of the ohio air national guard, just returning home from the deployment after four months!
[ cheers and applause ] no. 70. [ applause ] >> after the emotional reunion, chase wanted just one thing from the team. >> i want the cards to win for my dad and military families all over the world. >> he got his wish. the cardinals won 38-8. call him the million dollar man, new numbers about how much money new jersey governor and presidential candidate chris christie earned last year, and you might be surprised about where the bulk of the money came from. that story ahead at 6:30. up next, the saints march into town this weekend, who is in and out for the eagles? plus, the one player coach kelly praises who does not play for the birds. vince mazzeo-
fighting to save atlantic county. chris brown's attacks? the press calls them "embarrassing" political "posturing." the truth? chris brown and will pauls opposed the atlantic city rescue plan, even though it would save thousands of our jobs. we already know they're propped up by north jersey casino interests. and pauls even wanted the vote to allow north jersey casinos "this year." now they brag about helping atlantic county.
questionable with the quad injury and said thursday, he'd play sunday. certainly, bradford is better off with the left tackle on the field. maxwell listed as probable with his quad injury, but said he'd play sunday, which is great news with brees who loves to air it out. they were asked whether they consider a must-win. >> every game is a must-win, but this is a must-win, what we trying to do, you know, look at the bigger picture, just get things going. so, yeah, it is a must-win, in my opinion, but what game isn't? >> now the aforementioned drew brees. the saints' quarterback with an ailing shoulder, but this is no. 9, throwing for 395 and and two touchdowns here. chip kelly was asked if the accuracy makes him unblitzble. >> he's one of the all-time great quarterbacks to play in the league, so in tune to what they are doing, and he's so
sharp in what they do, and, you know, you listen to the work ethic and how much he studies and how much he works at the game, and it makes it very, very difficult, but i hope the answer is not yes, you know, we'll find out sunday. >> yep. it is october. how about baseball playoffs? three of the four series this post season took on a local feel. they all have former philadelphialys involved, and yesterday, cole took the mound for the rangers, looking for the 2-0 lead, 2-0 in the first, but the likely mvp, depending on who you ask, mike trout, donaldson, steps into the batter's box, and he's a solo artist, up and out to center, 2-1, jumping ahead to the 14th inning. tied at four, alberto cost the rangers two run with an error earlier in the game, but redemption with an rbi single, a slide into home plate, the winning run, though, and texas wins 6-4. that's sports. i'm danny pommells.
about 6:28, a historic event, people in philadelphia head to washington, d.c. for the 20th anniversary of the million man march. what they are aiming to achieve. >> weather looking good, fall-like, breezy, and temperatures in the mid-60s. we are waking up to mostly cloudy skies, the full forecast is coming up. i'm there's no place like it in the world. come fall, i like to get a taste of everything the state
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this is nbc 10 news. right now today, cleaning up from yesterday's storms. wild weather blew into the area, some brought a tornado warning. today, though, many will start the weekend by picking up what mother nature blew down. but good news as you're getting up this morning, whether those storms impacted you or not, no nasty weather today. prepare for a nice weekend with crisp, fall temperatures and lots of sunshine.
morning, everyone. welcome back to nbc 10 news today, i'm ted greenberg, and thank you so much for being with us. 6:31 on saturday morning, and first alert meteorologist, michelle grossman, is in the weather cement nter, and it is crisp morning. >> yes, feeling like fall this morning and this afternoon. overall the, a beautiful day. we have clouds this morning, but they move out throughout the next couple hours. that was a live look outside. temperatures in the northwest in the 40s, very chilly, 41 in mount pocono, and 4 in pottstown, 54 in philadelphia. temperatures in southern new jersey mainly in the low 50s, 55 in wildwood, and 55 in dover, delaware. we're dealing with the winds this morning out of the northwest, and they are at 5-16 miles per hour, and 16 miles per hour in wilmington, 16 miles per hour in dover, and they are gusting higher than that. they are gusting 18-22 miles per
hour in wilmington, throughout the day, temperatures will be climbing into the mid-60s, 56 by 8:00, and 63 by lunchtime, and 65 by 4:00. the full forecast is coming up. all right, michelle, thank you so much. justice or else, the theme for the 20th an ri of the million man march in washington, d.c., and this morning, many are headed from philadelphia down to the nation's capital take part, and nbc 10 is live in north philadelphia. good morning, monique. >> reporter: hey, there, ted. i'm outside mosque no. 12 in north philadelphia where men who want to make a difference in their community, activists, and even women prepare to hop on a bus to head to washington. now, we've been talking to people heading to d.c. this morning. today's million man march commemorates the 20 th anniversary when hundreds of thousands descended on the national mall, then the message was atonement, examining one's self, working in the community,
and then today, the message is justice or else. >> we think about these times, these special times that we live in, we know that aiming for everyone, everyone is reaching out to know that we are one. >> reporter: now, about 100 people boarded busses to head to washington from st. mohammed restaurant. they are awaiting an arrival of the bus leaving at 7:00 this morning. we'll have the story for you on the evening newscast live now in north philadelphia, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. wrapping up the trial from the deadly building collapse in center city, philadelphia. griffin campbell charged with reckless endangerment and third
degree murder. the collapse killed six and injured 13 others. on friday, a construction engineering expert testified in the case. he says the demolition did not follow basic common sense rules of the industry such as tearing down the building from the top down. experts say the decision to use mechanical demolition rather than a manual process likely factored into the collapse. he also believes the general contractor, griffin campbell, made the decision. the machine operator pled guilty to involuntary manslaughter for the role in the deadly collapse, and he testified for the prosecution this week. so did the woman who was trapped for 13 hours before rescuers pulled her from the rubble. this is video from the rescue of then 61-year-old myra, who lost the entire lower half of her body because of the collapse, and she told nbc 10 she was convinced she could not survive. a philadelphia musician is charged with trying to engage in
a sex act with someone he thought was a 14-year-old boy, but it turns out the 69-year-old charles cohen was actually meeting an upper providence township police officer. cohen was air forced in the parking lot of a local wagman's store and charged with a number of sex crimes involving a child. in the pennsylvania budget battle, social services programs say they are running out of time because money is no longer flowing from harsburg. the women's center of montgomery county says they can no longer offer relocation services to victims of domestic violence. in north philadelphia, they say they had to cut salaries, lay off workers, and make tough choices about what programs to slash. parenting classes and afterschool care for hundreds of kids are on hold until lawmakers can release funding. happening tea, the annual hero thrill show in the parking lot of the wells fargo center will get underway later this morning. there's dmons by the
philadelphia fire and police department, stunts by the k-9 and mounted police units, and you can enjoy food, music, and the fanatics, and the eagles' and sixers' cheerleaders. the show benefits families of fallen police officers and firefighters. ♪ music, dancing, and celebrities was all part of a new homecoming event at children's hospital of philadelphia last night. young patients enjoyed entertainment from temple university's dance team, st. joe's a cappella group, mark sanchez, andvil villanovvillano football team. saving lives, a new cancer fighting facility that operates soon at the navy yard. the mayor's office announced british light sciences company, adapt immune, will move to the u.s. headquarters, a $25 million facility will be constructed to
support the clinical development to fight cancer. the facility will create 110 new jobs in the city. city officials say this move shows philadelphia's reputation as a leading place for technology and innovation. keeping with breast cancer awareness month, aria health department will hold free breast screenings in the area. today's screenings from 8:00 a.m. to noon is at the bucks county campus on oxford valley road in langhorn. well, the phillies' season is over, but the team could be making history in the offseason. the person the team could hire putting the phillies in the history books.
all right, a good saturday morning, i'm michelle grossman. mostly cloudy skies this morning, but want clouds move out of here, mostly sunny skies, a live look outside, getting brighter out there, and it feels very fall-like throughout our saturday. i think most of us will like this. temperatures, big difference compared to 24 hours ago, 16 degrees cooler in mount pocono, 8 degrees cooler in reading, 7 degrees cooler in philadelphia, and 10 degrees cooler in atlantic city. feeling the cool air this morning, chilly in the north and west, the 40s north and west, and the low 40s in mount pocono, 41, 48 in allentown, and 48 in pottstown, and 49 in lancaster, low 50s in melville, and 54 now in philadelphia. winds northwest, gust any up to 18 miles per hour in mount pocono, and 22 in wilmington, cool, breezy, feeling cooler than it is.
cooler, breezy, temperatures at 65. nice fall day, and nicer on sunday. that's coming up. >> michelle, thank you. decision 2016, republican governor chris christie say he and his wife earned about $1 million last year. the office released tax returns yesterday. the governor earned a salary of $175,000 in 2014, but mary pat christie earned $720,000 in the job with a new york investment firm. a federal judge ruled against new jersey's senator robert menendez in his attempt to have corruption charges against him thrown out. he plans to appeal the ruling, last month, the judge threw out four of 22 counts against menendez. the senator is charged with accepting campaign doe danationd gifts in exchange for helping business interests. happening this weekend, the
atlantic city in water power boat show extends the run at the golden nugget casino hotel and marina featuring water crafts from sport cruisers to express yachts to catamarans. it runs today, 10:00-6:00, $10 for adults, and kids get in free. one is not the lonelyist numberment the one thing people do alone, and every punt, pass, kick, and touchdown is the high school blitz. it's next here on nbc 10 news today.
a report says the phils are considers kim, a top executive for major league baseball. if the phillies hire her, she would be the first woman to run the front office of an american professional sports team. she was the assistant gm for the yankees and the dodgers. nbc 10's high school blis blitz is presented by toyota, let's go places. wouldn't be a saturday morning without a look the at friday night lights. up defeated teams look to stay perfect. march hosting upper moreland. ryan wheeled it in. moreland in scoring position. decker calls his digits, in the end zone, moreland with the w, 49 -35. quakertown takes on harry s. truman at home. tom cloves one down the sideline
to john. this is one of 7 touchdowns for the panthers, quakertown wins 42-0. north celebrating homecoming, end of the half, they bobble the match, and manages to fire into the enzone, deflected, but keith earl dives in to make one heck of a grab. lucky is better than good sometimes. they win 49 -14. springford goes for it, forurth down, absolutely the right call. >> touchdown! love the interpret call on that touchdown how about the name? stone. that's a beautiful football name. 13 yard td with it. 22-. they win. springfield county, going in the first half, kay slings it to joe lee, and he is out. blowing out springfield 63-21.
first half, the backside blitz, release the hounds. it's a fumble. they recover and win 22-14. go to the lee high valley, liberty and parkland, fourth and 3, liberty goes for it, and gunner makings the decision, and it's a wise one. gunner dances his way in from 33 yards out. hurricanes down 7-6, second quarter, doug ernie. where's bert? i don't know. he finds streak streaking down the sidelines behind the defense. give me liberty or give me death. they beat parkland 41-34. >> hamton and clear view, 14-7, issac fields the kick to take it to the house. this long return puts them up 21-7 cruising from there, h 41- the final. >> jersey battles no. 9, camden.
catholic is the comeback kid. they say enough of that. 43 yards to the barn. they win 21-14. mainland and st. augusta. hermits undefeated. i love that mascot, the hermits. collins deep return to the punt, he sees some daylight and says, you know what? i'll make a house call. enzone, party of six, your table is ready. st. auga up 13-0. cruising from there, 27-3 the final. harbor township, but what happened last night? oc andrew donahue makes sure it goes deep down field to jared jones who dances in for six. ocean city wins 19-7. time for skylights. sky force 10 in the air at west catholic. i'm feeling good, what can i say. lets it fly. picked off, though, and this is
the light, getting the pick, and taken all the way back, 30 yard,wyard, west catholic wins 28-0. carol with the ball at the 5, quarterback steve in trouble, and ryan with the pick, and come on, big fella, get in there. green space and opportunity. running it back 9 yards for the touchdown. he'll remember that for the rest of his life. karl wins 32-21. what a night. slicing through the defenders. get off me. takes this 30 yards for a fourth td. he had five scores, and 42-14. let's hit the pub, public league action. despite the the flag in the face mask, he had carries and 209, and they won 40-6. frankford on the road at
central. jamar goes around the outside and dives in for the score. quarterback mike morell had 140 passing, three rushing, three tds, the score 18-7. games of the week, upper dub lynn, and malvern prep. vote now, and you can call or text your vote to 610-624-4111. that's all for the blitz. all right, the "today" show is coming our way. let's go to new york now. what do you have for us, hi, guys. >> hey, ted. good morning to you. just ahead here on saturday morning on "today," a survivor of the oregon college shooting, sharing the most detailed account yet of what happened when a gunman opened fire in the classroom. that chilling account comes to us from the young man known as the lucky one. chaos on capitol hill.
house republicans push paul ryan to take the speaker's job. ryan said he does not want that job. who will lead the house gop, and what impact does that have on upcoming political battles? plus, the domestic violence victim who was jailed after refusing to testify against her husband is now speaking out in an nbc news exclusive talking about the judge's no mercy punishment and whether it keeps her from going to authorities in the future. then how much do you love your dog? would you spend $100,000 to have him or her cloned? coming up, the louisiana couple did just that. >> all that and more when we get started on a saturday morning, ted, right here on today." >> sounds incredible. see you at 7:00. thanks, guys. >> thanks, ted. now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. all right, you may want to clone this weekend's weather because we are looking good, waking up to clouds right now,
but the move out of here, and sunshine returns this afternoon. more sunshine on sunday. sunday is the better of the two days, but today is not bad at all. saturday morning, fall-like weather, today is cool, breezy, and temperatures in the 60s with the breeze that's going to feel cooler than what it actually is. sunshine by this afternoon, and partly sunny this morning, and more sun on sunday, and the showers return by tuesday. a cold front moves through bringing a threat for showers tuesday. 54 now in philadelphia, mostly cloudy skies, wisconsin from the northwest at 10 miles per hour. chilly north and, 48 in allentown, 41 in mount pocono. 54 in philadelphia, 50s in the south and east, 53 in at lan city, and 55 in dover, deltz. a chilly start for some. seeing the skies brightening a bit, mostly cloudy skies in philadelphia. it's cool. it's breezy. you're going to need the fleece or the jacket as you head out this morning. it's cool this afternoon too. temperatures right around 65
with the breeze in place, though, so it feels like the low 60s. 6 miles per hour in allentown, 16 miles per hour in wilmington, and gusting higher than that, the winds gusting up to 22 miles per hour in wilmington, and 22 miles per hour in pottstown, gust any in spots, keeping that in place today. future weather, sun this afternoon, and the headline is the breeze in place, and then a chilly night tonight with temperatures dropping back into the low 40s. by tomorrow, we're going to warm it up, warmer than today. closer to 70 degrees, typically this time of year, we're at 69, we'll top out at 68 sunday. a nice sunday. monday, nicer than that before we bring back the umbrellas on tuesday. eagles' forecast, great tomorrow, kickoff at 1:00, if you're lucky to tailgate, can't complain about the weather. 61, 63 at kickoff, and fourth quarter, 66, and winds light. 64-67, topping out at 65.
chris brown's attacks? the press calls them "embarrassing" political "posturing." the truth? chris brown and will pauls opposed the atlantic city rescue plan, even though it would save thousands of our jobs. we already know they're propped up by north jersey casino interests. and pauls even wanted the vote to allow north jersey casinos "this year." now they brag about helping atlantic county. but there's a word for politicians like that. hypocrite.
this is nbc 10 news. dining out by yourself is apparently becoming more popular, especially in major metropolitan areas like philadelphia. according to open table, low dining reservations in the nation jumped 62% in the latest survey. philadelphia is no. 5 on the list of major cities where large numbers of of people eat out alone. park in lincoln house square made the top 25 of u.s. restaurants for lone diapers. >> i cannot do that. >> i can't. >> i'll eat in my car or just stare at my phone. >> you're not alone the folks are on facebook the whole time. >> exactly. get outside today, it's nice. >> fantastic. thank you so much for being with us, and "today" is next. see you at 8:00. have a great weekend.
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