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today, it is clear they are expecting a tough fight. as traffic was diverted off market street late this morning, the countdown clock ticked off the seconds before philadelphia and the temple owls take a national stage broadcast across the country from this old city set, followed by the halloween night matchup with the fighting irish at the link. >> the feeling is electric. >> reporter: this junior is so committed she hopped on a bus to old city this afternoon to rally for the owls on a pregame day show. because of espn's broadcast, market street is close to traffic at independence mall as hundreds, perhaps thousands, show up to support their team. nearby businesses are hoping for spillover foot traffic. >> we're hoping for a big turnout, everyone walks down the street, stop in, have a beer,
eat some food. >> reporter: this season has put temple's football program in a national spotlight and tomorrow phillies start, too. even notre dame's early arriving fans admit this will be a tough fight. >> they are a good team, they are coached really well and we can't take them lightly. >> for philadelphians, i think even if you're not a temple graduate or an alumni or student, you have to be proud. >> ladies and gentlemen, make some noise -- >> reporter: coming back to the live pictures, the timing could not be better, temple owls football team passing through this rally right in the middle of campus right now, and you can see the reaction they are getting from the students here. this is an excited crowd, a crowd that is eager to show their support for a team that is 7-0 for the first time in school history. live pictures right now as these students, are, of course, headed to their event. students around here have been
rallying. a lot of these students will be down at the link for the game tomorrow night. you can see the excitement. >> bye, george. >> got a lot of friends out there. >> george disappearing to the crowd. we checked out prices for a ticket, $189 to more than $800, yeah, that compared to the next home game, quite a difference. you know how much it is to the go to the next home game that's not the irish and the owls? that's only $16. >> under $20. >> $16, so there you go. >> might have to shell out 800 or more. okay, we'll check out the weather. >> football weather is so important. >> you like a big chill in the air? >> i never like a big chill, even in january, but a little chill's good. >> sure, let's find out from glenn "hurricane" schwartz how it's looking, glenn? >> you're going to be getting a
chill tomorrow night, but it is going to be clear and the wind is not going to be an issue. that can happen at the linc at certain times, just ask david akers. 53 degrees, just some partly cloudy skies at kickoff, down to 48 degrees at 11:00 at night. as i said, it is going to be dry, the wind should not be strong enough to be a factor. right now we have touched 60 degrees for the first time today. that's as warm as it's gotten and it hasn't reached 60 in most of the area. tonight is going to be very chilly one, look at the lows by tomorrow morning, down to 31 degrees in allentown, 32 in pottstown, even 38 degrees right in philadelphia. so we're starting out the weekend on the cold side. we'll see how it warms up and if there's any rain ahead with the seven day in a few minutes.
we have new information this afternoon in this violent brawl outside an allentown school, police making arrests now after students turned on the officers during this fight. nbc 10's keith jones is live in our digital operations center. keith, you start beating up police officers, good bet there are going to be arrests. >> that's right, five students so far arrested. allentown police say they arrested three yesterday and two more today. this is cell phone video of the fight that broke out outside allen high school yesterday afternoon. more than 100 teens were involved. they tried to break up the brawl but sources tell us the officers quickly became the targets. a female officer was pulled to the ground by her hair and punched in the face. police say a group of students surrounded her and began taking part in the assault. a total of four police officers were hurt in the fight. we spoke to a witness. >> all run down 12th street from
that way. cops were chasing them. one cop on foot running behind. and that's -- it was crazy. >> two of the officers hurt were taken to the hospital. they have since been released. the school district says it is working with police on this investigation. detectives are hoping the video posted online will help them identify even more of those suspects. live in the digital operations center, keith jones, nbc 10 news. we have new video this afternoon taken onboard a school bus in newcastle county, delaware. that woman you heard was working as a substitute driver yesterday. the students on the bus attend everett mathis middle school in middletown and today school district officials say the way that driver spoke to those students has prompted them to take action. the district tells nbc 10 we are incredibly disappointed in the
driver's behavior and have taken steps to ensure that this individual will not drive for our district again. the district says it is also notifying parents about the situation. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues now with breaking news in west philadelphia. sky force 10 here over the scene where a police officer broke his foot when he was run over by another officer's cruiser. nbc 10's harry hairston live on the ground. >> harry, do we know how this officer's doing right now? >> reporter: the latest we have on the officer is he is in stable condition at presbyterian hospital with a broken foot, he's expected to be okay other than that. now they are not releasing much information about the officer, all we can tell you at this point is he is a veteran officer, they are waiting to make sure all of his family members have been notified. listen, as you said, this officer was chasing someone after they broke a window to a car. actually three car windows. you're looking at the video right now, it all started about 1:30 at 53rd and spruce. what we're being told is the
police officer saw the man get out of his own vehicle, get over to the suv and smash three separate windows with a baseball bat. the officers started giving chase, his partner in a police car was giving a parallel chase, the two tangled and next thing you know the officer was hit by his own police car. here's lieutenant walker. >> plain-clothes officer along with the offender tried to run around the car blocking the pathway, driving westbound on pine, they run into the street, the officer grabbed the assay le lant, go to the ground, runs over his leg, one of the two, which was the police officer. >> reporter: all right, now listen, here's the deal, the man we've been able to find out about him, he has been arrested but not formally charged yet. that is to happen later on this evening. he is a new york man. as soon as the formal
arraignment takes place, we'll be able to find out what his identity is and also what his motive is. police are still trying to figure that one out, why did he drive down here from new york and bang out the windows to a car? reporting live, harry hairston, nbc 10 news. get breaking news alerts sent to your phone or tablet. download the free nbc 10 news app, get the first word on anything happening in your neighborhood. in south jersey a father just watching his son's football practice is recovering this afternoon after he was hit by gunfire. ted greenberg live in the jersey shore bureau. can't watch after school sports without worrying about gunfire? >> reporter: pretty scary situation, jim, i just checked with pleasantville police. at this point they've made no arrests and have no suspects. as soon as people started hearing those gunshots last night, frantic coaches told the kids on the field to drop to the ground.
>> we hear like a pop, pop, pop. >> reporter: the bullet hit a man on the bleachers and del mar figueroa's mini van parked across the street with his wife sitting in the driver's seat. >> she's very lucky. there was two shooters, one from the back, one from the front. >> reporter: you can see people running in this surveillance video immediately after the shooting around 7:30 last night at fernwood and jefferson avenues in pleasantville, just feet from this youth football field where kids were practicing. a man watching his son play was shot in the shoulder. >> there's nothing to indicate that the victim was anything other than an unfortunate bystander here at the game just like everybody else was. >> reporter: police believe the shooting followed an argument between two people who weren't involved in the football practice. >> the first thing i said, my god, joker out there practicing. >> reporter: jesse heard the n gunshots from his house a couple blocks away. >> extremely frustrating to know that these people have no regard for children. >> reporter: the dad who was shot is now out of the hospital.
police hope the public can help them figure out who the gunmen are. >> there's no way this happened and there's not a large swath of people that know what happened or heard information. >> the mini van is nothing, that you can fix. kill some kid, you know what i mean, you're talking about somebody's life. >> reporter: police tell me right after the shooting, one man was spotted riding away from the scene on a motorcycle or a motorized bike, but again at this point, they've made no arrests. live at the jersey shore bureau, i'm ted greenberg, nbc 10 news. we're continuing to keep up with the military's efforts to recover that runaway blimp that crashed in central pennsylvania wednesday. crews plan to remove the main body of the blimp tomorrow and it is no simple feat. a pennsylvania air national guard chinook helicopter is said to lift the hull pieces out, carried to a new clearing loaded on to military vehicles and driven to an undisclosed
government facility. today another former mayor of philadelphia testified in the chaka fattah jr. fraud trial. john street told a jury he hired fattah jr. as a photography consultant during his campaign. rendell gave similar testimony yesterday. fattah is aiming to show his business was legitimate. >> asked me to come and explain his business relationship with us and our campaigns and activity, and i thought it was a fair thing to do. >> that would be former governor ed rendell. federal prosecutors say fattah jr. had a shell company which he used to fraudulently funnel hundreds of thousands of dollars in loans to bankroll a luxurious lifestyle. fattah jr. is the son of congressman chaka fattah, who is married to nbc 10 anchor renee chenault-fattah. police arrested a penn student accused of starting a fire in a fraternity house. the sophomore allegedly started
the fire inside a closet at the house last friday. the sprinkler system put it out and no one was hurt. bonfiglio is from london and was released after posting $100,000 bail. rider university is cutting more than a dozen academic programs and laying off more than 100 faculty and staff members, elimination of art and art history, advertising, business, philosophy, and web design. the cuts will save the school $2 million a year. academic coordinators will help freshmen and sophomores evaluate their options. a safe school summit in delaware county today focusing not on students, but on teachers. members of the district attorney's office were on hand to tell teachers what's okay and what's not when it comes to interacting with students, especially on electronic devices. the message, if you have an inappropriate relationship or conversation with a student, you will be investigated and possibly arrested. >> i think today people don't
realize that this information is traceable, and i think that it helps us in investigations because all of this can be traced. >> the summit also had advice for parents if something doesn't seem right, let the d.a.'s office know. hundreds of local students took to the streets to rally against drug use. >> no more drugs! no more drugs! >> these young students, parents, and staff from the william penn school district took part in this anti-drug march. this annual event is in honor of national red ribbon week. for the first time in three decades, a bridge connecting manyunk and lower marion township is reopening. philadelphia mayor michael nutter and montgomery county commissioner was among the dignitaries on hand to cut a ribbon officially reopening a former railroad bridge. the bridge will be open to
pedestrians and cyclists as part of the circuit trails that includes the schuylkill river trail. recall here, fiat chrysler issuing suv recalls because of two separate safety issues. about half a million dodge journeys and fiat freemonts are being recalled because moisture can cause the antilock brake system to stop working. also recalling more than 350,000 jeep grand cherokee and liberties from model years 2003 and 2004 because the airbags can inflate for no reason. in wilmington today, protesters march in memory of a man in a wheelchair. >> he was shot and killed by police. delaware bureau reporter tim furlong is live in wilmington with what they want from police. tim? >> reporter: that's right, jacqueline, the march began about 1:45 and marched all the way across wilmington. you can see it's kind of wrapping up here in rodney square at this point. been another violent year in the city of wilmington but these
people are here to know what happened in one police-involved shooting. >> ridiculous that they are still trying to lie about it. >> reporter: she says she wants to know why her brother's life ended like this. on september 23rd, wilmington police were called to a man in a wheelchair with a gun who had reportedly shot himself. they screamed to jeremy and when he appeared to reach for his waist, police shot and killed him. today, more shouting, marchers walking across downtown wilmington demanding answers. attorney general's office is investigating, some have called for a federal investigation, as well. police haven't released the names of the officers. they have said three of the officers were white and one was hispanic. some in the community have already reached their own conclusions. >> that was wrong what happened that day. i didn't see anything how they approached it properly. >> reporter: others here say their patience is running out. they say they want the truth and they want it soon. >> the question we have to answer is what really happened,
what were their procedures they took and the community needs answers. when a community doesn't have answers, they make decisions on their own. >> reporter: and as you come back live, it was really very peaceful today. i e-mailed the mayor's office, the mayor said he supports the protesters and helped coordinate the march. wilmington police helped block traffic but the chief did not come out and issue a statement, the attorney general's office does confirm they are still investigating and will release the information about that police-involved shooting as soon as it is readily available. live in wilmington, tim furlong, nbc 10 news. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> you know tim and the other reporters with coats on because, yeah, it's a lot colder than it was, but some bright blue skies at least in parts of the area now. we had clouds earlier today and we have a cold night ahead. we have the halloween and temple forecast coming up this weekend,
and question about some rain by the end of the weekend and also into early next week. flags still blowing hard, it's a west wind, it continues to filter in the colder air. 60 degrees, you see the west/northwest, 14, gusts of 22. humidity 39%. first time we've hit 60 today after two days of 72. tomorrow we may not even get to 60. and then we're up maybe a little bit above average for sunday and monday. and we turn the clock back, right? starting sunday the sun sets at 4:59. so that will be shocking to the system by monday when you're getting up and out early. 57 in allentown, quakertown, pottstown, only 55 in c coatesville. that 55 in philadelphia is one of the warm spots. everybody else pretty much in the 50s. northeast philly, trenton,
ricetown also near 60 degrees and upper 50s at the shore, as well. that's about ten degrees colder than it was at this time yesterday, five to ten degrees north and west and earlier today minus 18s there, so the temperature's starting to rebound a little bit. had some fair weather clouds during the day today, they moved from north to south through the area, so we had a period of cloud cover and now things are clearing out. a lot of moisture down in the middle of the country. question is, is some of that going to reach us for monday? the colder air, yeah, that's already in and with the clear skies and the wind diminishing, we're going to be seeing temperatures drop into the 30s across just about the entire area and some places like in allentown are going to go down to the freezing mark. future cast shows as we go through saturday, fair amount of sunshine, some clouds at times, certainly no rain. clouds increase a bit saturday night, no rain for temple, or
trick-or-treating. sunday, a lot of clouds. at least parts of the area. this model keeps everything so far south, we don't even get clouds, let alone rain. here's the halloween forecast. starts off at 56 degrees at 6:00, and it goes down to 51 by 10:00. so yeah, it's chilly, you're going to need some kind of a coat on top of the costume. clear and colder tonight, 38 for the low in the city, 31 north and west. and then for tomorrow, mix of sun and clouds, another chilly day, but we'll not be as windy as what we've seen the last couple of days. seven-day forecast, extra hour of sleep on sunday. cloudy skies, but just a slight chance of a shower. better chance on monday, especially in delaware and extreme south jersey, then look what happens. into the 70s for the rest of next week, plus dry weather.
>> well, we saw that one video earlier, more bus drivers behaving badly. >> a driver's accused of going after a special needs student. that attack caught on camera. and what's being done to protect children on the bus. plus, an act of good will. you're going to see how local cops made one boy's day just unforgettable. and ready, set, launch. the competition that had pumpkins flying while testing the skills of college kids.
breaking news right now out of chicago, a four alarm fire here, look at the chithick smok rising from the scene. our sister station in chicago is reporting this blaze is believed to have started in a dry cleaning store in the area, obviously, looks like a commercial building, homes don't seem to be involved at this point, but a large fire under way here in the city of chicago. we'll keep an eye on this for
you. the man you see in the black there is a school bus driver in iowa, and this afternoon he's charged with assaulting a student you just saw in the orange. that student is 15 years old and has a mental disability. this video was recorded yesterday. the school district has also placed the driver on leave. closer to home, north wildwood police and a local bike shop teamed up to get a boy back on the road after he lost his wh l wheewhee wheels. >> the eighth grader's bike was busted after being hit by a car, now officers presented him with a brand new bike, that's what you see here. police could see how upset he was, so they contacted zippy's bike in wildwood, who provided the new bike free of charge. pennsylvania's high court needs new judges. >> an important decision to make next week. the campaign for the court is costing millions, but who's paying for the ads? the nbc 10 investigators get to
more breaking news coming into the nbc 10 newsroom. what we know is two people are hot in chester, delaware county. the location of this, aerial pictures are fifth and parker. we don't know what prompted this shooting. right now no one has been arrested for it. again, two people shot in chester, delaware county. we'll let you know once we get more information. >> no word on their condition at this point either, right? >> no, no. it is an election for the decades. >> the supreme court race now the most expensive judicial
election in pennsylvania history. the nbc 10 investigators sorted through the contributions, mitch blacher looking at who's putting their money behind these candidates. >> this is the first time in two centuries pennsylvania has three open seats on the supreme court, the three candidates with the most votes get the seats. money is coming in from the usual suspects, labor unions and trial lawyers for the democrats and business ventures for the republicans. closer to election day, more outside forces are working to sway your vote. the signs of the season are everywhere, especially down the street from where three of the most powerful people in the state will soon work. to get here, the supreme court candidates have to hurdle a gauntlet of political ads. >> can pennsylvania afford that risk? >> reporter: some of them paint a sinister picture, others a bright future if certain justices sit behind the bench. the nbc 10 investigators found two special interest groups paying for the ads filling tv screens across the commonwealth.
the republican state leadership committee is targeting democrats, spending more than $1.5 million on ads. matt walter is the group's president. >> it's not dark money. this is money that's disclosed to the irs multiple times a year, it's all publicly available. >> reporter: according to irs fie filings, the group's top donors include the chamber of commerce, tobacco company, and the las vegas sands corporation. nbc 10's parent company comcast is also on the donor list, so is koch industries run by the koch brothers who are are known to contribute to conservative campaigns. >> we've been active in pennsylvania, provided a lot of information for voters. >> reporter: for the democrats, pennsylvanians for judicial reform paid for ads like this one targeting republican judicial candidates. after multiple interview requests, no one from the pennsylvanians for judicial reform would speak to us on camera. the pennsylvania-based special
interest gives most of its money from trial lawyers and unions, according to its disclosures. >> it's mind boggling for one thing, but it's really dangerous in that the money is coming from lawyers and from groups who have a stake in the outcome of cases. >> reporter: in philadelphia, nonprofit court watch dogs like lynn marks and pennsylvanians for modern courts are worried about what all these ad might buy. national groups like the nonprofit, nonpartisan justice at stake has been tracking the money. according to their estimates, special interests have spent at least $3 million on air time. >> there's a classic recipe in pennsylvania this year to attract politicized spending, politicized activity, and that is a record number of seats open on the court in any one year, and a race that could shift the ideological balance of the court. >> reporter: in pennsylvania, the state republican party distanced itself from special interests while the state
democratic chairman condemned them. >> i think it's an evil, very significant evil. >> reporter: on their own the candidates have raised nearly $10 million combined. the democrat with the most money is kevin dougherty, he's raised at least $2.2 million. michael george leads the republicans with at least $840,000. campaign finance records show the same democratic and republican groups funding the special interests running these ads also contribute directly to the candidates. >> pennsylvania needs judges whose honesty is unquestioned. >> reporter: all six of the democratic and republican candidates have said that they have no control over who spends money on their behalf. they've also said that money would not influence any of their decisions. the election is tuesday. for the investigators, mitch blacher, nbc 10 news. and in other political news, the republican national committee say they are suspending its partnership with nbc news and won't allow the network to co-host the
presidential primary debate scheduled for february. the announcement follows this week's debate on cnbc. the republican national committee says the debate did not focus on economic issues as promised and the candidates were asked questions that were inaccurate or offensive, which led to responses like this one from new jersey governor chris christie. >> all types of energy -- >> in government? >> no, john. do you want me to answer or do you want to answer? how are we going to do this? because i got to tell you the truth, even in new jersey what you're doing is called rude. >> nbc news says it is disappointed and that it will work to resolve the issue with the committee. all right, time to get your tummy in the game day spirit. a local bakery has created a special meal for your temple/notre dame game watching parties this weekend. look at this, collegevil villvv
italian bakery is serving pies out of sauce and cheese. if you're not pulling for the owls, they are also going to make a version featuring the notre dame logo, as well. very creative in the kitchen. >> creative and really good. also looks good, this, a live look at the linc, you'll need your warm coats and blankets, though, if you're going. glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here now with a forecast. >> glenn, going to be a cold day to tailgate, right? >> cold day and even colder night, but at least the sun will be out at times during the day and the temperature, well, a little bit below average for this time of the year, but nothing close to record breaking. and by saturday night, it's going to be chilly. clouds will prevent it from being even colder. 53 at kickoff, 48 degrees by the end of the game. the wind not strong enough to be a factor and it often can be a factor at the linc, but sitting
in the stands hour after hour after hour, it really gets cold. 60 degrees in philadelphia now, 50s in most of the surrounding areas that never did make it to 60 during the day today. look how cold it's going to get tonight as the north wind diminishes down to 31 degrees in allentown, 32 in pottstown, 36 in wilmington and even 38 in philadelphia. we'll see what kind of warmup we have. we really do have a huge warmup in the seven day. see when rain might come also in a few minutes. from our delaware bureau, a giant display is calling attention to breast cancer. a local radio station chained together hundreds of bras into a giant breast cancer ribbon in new castle county, teaming with good will to try to gather 780 bras, one for each delawarean diagnosed this year. october is breast cancer awareness month. and you may be stacking up
on halloween candy to give out tomorrow. >> if i don't eat it first. will power, why you're going to need extra cash this year. plus, look at this, up, up, and away. a real trick this halloween. the flying obstacle in one town and how it was finally taken down. and we're all looking forward to an extra hour of sleep this weekend, but see how the quality of your shut eye could make a big difference to the rest of your day. it used to be illegal.
from contractors doing business with the county. then will pauls changed the law, allowing him to pocket thousands of dollars in campaign cash. now pauls is taking thousands from those who want to move casinos to north jersey, threatening our jobs and our local economy. and he said he wants the vote to allow north jersey casinos "this year." we just can't trust will pauls. this is nbc 10 news. >> here's good timing, nasa has a halloween show to watch tomorrow. a large astroid being dubbed the great pumpkin will hurdle past earth tomorrow, narrowly avoiding a collision. it will pass about 300,000 miles away, a little more than the distance to the moon. it's not going to crash into the moon or earth, but scientists will use this opportunity to study the astroid.
there's something you don't see every day, a huge runaway inflatable pumpkin. strong winds to blame here broke the giant jack-o-lantern loose. giant pumpkin didn't hurt anybody, did damage some street lights, though. speaking of halloween, you know what, forget ghosts and goblins. >> a lot of people say the scariest thing might be the price of candy. treats are expected to cost 4% more than last year. analysts say that is the biggest jump in four years. blame the increase on rising prices for global raw sugar, refined sugar, beets, and u.s. cocoa powder. overall the average household is expected to spend about $18 on halloween candy this year. >> remember pouring it out on to the floor like that? deciding. >> what do you want? yeah, i want all of this. >> give the stuff you didn't like to your sister, right? >> exactly.
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entered the cabin. 120 passengers and crew were onboard, 12 people injured, one seriously. something to help you out in the lehigh valley, new effort to help get rid of unused and expired over the counter medicines and prescription drugs. the lehigh valley health network is placing drop boxes at the meulenburg and 17th street branches of the lehigh valley hospital. a lot of prescription drugs contain compounds that make them unsafe to flush down the toilet. throwing them in the trash creates the risk of them falling into the wrong hands. daylight saving time ending, just make sure you stay asleep, because new research finds waking up several times a night can be a major mood killer. a group of adults were assigned to three nights of either forced wakeni wakenings, late bedtimes, or uninterrupted sleep. in the end, mood scores were lowest for those who were
awakened in the middle of the night. even more so than people who were in bed for less time. a flash flood emergency is in effect in part of south central texas. rushing water sent dozens of pumpkins floating over a flooded bridge south of austin. rain fell up to four inches an hour, causing a creek to overflow its banks. flooding killed more than two dozen people in the same town back on memorial day. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> yeah, and remember it wasn't that long ago they were suffering extreme drought. i saw a lot of cars driving through pretty deep water. big, big mistake. got a cold night ahead. colder than the average night. it's been kind of mild lately, that will be a shock. latest forecast for trick-or-treating and the temple game, going to watch some showers, especially affecting southern parts of our area.
got a lot of sunshine right now. period of cloud cover, 60 degrees, wind, though, west/northwest at 14, gusting to 22, 10 degrees colder than this time yesterday. it's in the 50s across most of the area, only 48 degrees in mount pocono gives you an idea how cold the air mass is and as we get to nightfall and the wind diminishes, these temperatures are going to plunge, so it's going to be very chilly out there if you're headed out for a late dinner, for example. few clouds, fair weather clouds across the area. this is the radar and satellite. there's no rain anywhere nearby. there's the rain, middle of the country moving in this general direction, so this is definitely something to watch. not necessarily for tonight or into tomorrow. watch that wind go down hour by hour as the temperature goes down, too, and this is in philadelphia, of course, and the temperature, there we go, into the 30s.
this computer model even has it to 36 degrees. now we've got that big college game day at independent mall by 9:30, 44 degrees for the cold start, then it's going into the 50s by 1:00, and still kind of chilly, but at least the sun will be out at times and then we're going to be seeing very little wind compared to what we saw today. around the rest of the;t)m are we're going to be in the 40s pretty much across the board, but watch the clouds increase during the afternoon, temperatures struggling again to get out of the 50s. and then we'll watch to our west to see if any of that moisture starts coming in for sunday. so here we are into sunday morning and we'll watch a little bit of moisture come through. just a chance of a couple of showers or even a slight chance as you see the moisture to the south and west, at least according to this model stays
pretty far to the south and west. overnight tonight, certainly not any moisture. 38 for the low in philadelphia, 31 north and west with clear skies and, again, the wind going down. tomorrow highs in the upper 50s, mix of sun, especially afternoon or nighttime clouds, not much wind. and then on sunday, the extra hour of sleep, which always helps. a lot of clouds on sunday, but despite that, the temperature jumps up into the 60s. that rain, especially for delaware and extreme south jersey for monday, and then look what happens to the temperatures next week. this is a sure bet, the weather pattern changing. this does not mean the entire month of november is going to be warm, but the start of november, yeah, it's definitely going to be warm. so next week i expect several days in the 70s. >> yeah, not just one or two days, there's a nice stretch
there, four days. >> at least four days there and dry weather at the same time. so a lot of people are going to enjoy that, but the winter lovers going to get a little frustrated by the end of next week. >> just delayed a little bit. not going to be long now. >> vai sikahema told me he is a winter lover. he loves the cold air, so he'll be itching for it to get cold. >> snow lovers, too, but plenty of time for that. >> we're going to get it. >> okay, glenn. you know what, you are running out of time if you are not ready for halloween. >> uh-oh. the costume shops are busy today and so are the pumpkin patches. we're checking in as families put the final touches on the trick-or-treat magic.
flying pumpkins filling the air there at rowan university. teams of students used their own prebuilt catapults to launch the pumpkins at targets about 100 feet away. included teams from rowan, temple, as well as several universities and high schools, too. cash prizes were awarded to the top three finalists. and it is that time of year where the ghouls and goblins will be going around the neighborhood collecting that candy. >> halloween activities are already in full swing, but the last minute push to get supplies is still happening tonight. nbc 10's deanna durante checked out the rush in bucks county. >> they never run out. there's always some left here. >> reporter: parents not worried coming to the patch on the leave of halloween. >> we had a few at home, but we needed a few more. >> pumpkins are a staple in halloween shopping, along with masks and costumes. >> cereal killer, boxes of cereal all over me and this so
no one can see my face. >> reporter: costume shops busy, too, and despite racks of kids costumes, it's the adults who seem to wait until the last minute. >> usually don't get dressed up, but i went with cat ears. >> reporter: you're just doing cat ears? >> just doing cat ears. >> reporter: the event is more than just candy and popcorn. >> just released a pumpkin wine, one whole gallon of pumpkins, apple wine for the holidays and also cranberry. >> reporter: local wineries say they are selling a lot of it for halloween parties. in flowertown, those who bought the candy are focusing on what the adults are going to eat. go well with the cookies, along with the gourmet fare people are serving. >> i want to get an apple pie, but she already sold out. i might get a jewish apple cake. >> reporter: apple is apple. >> as long as it's apple. >> reporter: you don't have to go to the fields to collect your own, though families say it is
more fun that way and the owner says the weather has been so great they'll have pumpkins and apples past halloween. in bucks county, deanna durante, nbc 10 news. time to work on our costumes, jackie. >> i guess so, we better get on it. >> nbc 10 news at 5:00 is next. >> here's keith jones. >> jim, jackie, we have new 911 calls from families who heard gunshots at their kids' football practice. >> yeah, i'm across the street from park avenue and gunshots like crazy. >> those bullets hit nearby cars and a father sitting in the stands. now the search is on for the shooters. and temperatures will be getting colder tonight and tomorrow morning. i'll show you what you can expect, plus your trick-or-treat forecast for halloween. that's coming up. and new information on the students involved in the attack on police officers. tonight, more students are facing charges and their classmates now are speaking out. that's next on nbc 10 news at 5:00. with cancer, early detection can mean life or death.
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watched the brawl yesterday afternoon. >> and students tell us fights like this are actually very common, but many think this one went entirely too far. nbc 10 has been following this story since it unfolded last night. randy, we knew more arrests could come and more charges. what did we learn about all this? >> reporter: right now at least five teenagers facing criminal charges, including rioting and assault. meantime, four allentown police officers were injured in this fight, all while this school, allen high school and the entire community, is grappling with this viral video that appears to show teenagers attacking cops. as classes let out at allen high school today, police and security made their presence well known. this after a massive brawl yesterday caught on cell phone video almost 200 students at a fight in the streets just blocks from campus.