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addressed his country's parliament saying again france is at war. he's now ordered at least 150 raids, targeting known islamists and hollande vows it's only the beginning. >> we're going to continue to check in with jim rosenfield there live in rome. in the meantime, we want to show you this picture, the eiffel tower lit up in red, white, and blue. this is a live picture. the french landmark reopened today after authorities closed it for security reasons following friday's attacks. mourners gathered to pay tribute to those who lost their lives in the terror attacks. flowers and candles crowded the makeshift memorial. here at home a french flag flies on the ben franklin parkway, at the base a memorial of flowers is sitting there. a plane from paris arrived in philadelphia about two hours ago with many onboard still clearly shaken up and on edge.
travelers onboard the american airline flight spoke to us when they landed. they described being in paris as friday's terror attacks unfolded and why they are still apprehensive. >> people are pretty scared of any loud sounds or scary moments right now because everyone is sensitized to the event. >> hearing siren after siren, watching all the police cars go by and it was alarming how many sirens there were and just constant all night. >> most also say they won't let this attack stop them from returning to paris in the future. and expect to see police officers carrying military rifles if you're traveling through 30th street station. amtrak tells us it's stepping up security efforts at stations and on the trains in response to the attacks in paris. it also says it's reminding employees to look for and report any suspicious activity. one of the suicide bombers that attacked the sports stadium in paris may have disguised himself as one of the thousands of immigrants fleeing the war in
syria. that's led to new criticism of the united states' plan to take in some of the refugees. we asked local leaders to weigh in and will hear from them coming up in the next ten minutes. we are following breaking news out of radnor township, delaware county, where they've arrested three members of a family caught dealing drugs to local college students and other people in the area. right now police are holding a news conference on the bust. we have a crew there and will bring you updates on this story as we get them. 20 minutes of news continues with new information on the bodies of two babies found in north philadelphia. today officials confirm the bodies are medical specimens, but investigators still want to know how they ended up among piles of trash in a used car lot. doug, police want to know who did this and why. >> exactly. and the discovery of those two autopsy newborns has gone from
sad to sinister with the new revelations. the two small bodies found along a trash-filled street in kensington were medical specimens, according to the medical examiner. >> what are they using them, for like pieces? it's terrible, i don't know what to think of that. >> reporter: police say professional autopsies had been done on both newborns by unknown medical personnel. >> i don't care if it's a specimen or not, it's not right. >> reporter: it was his 9-year-old son that found them. >> cut open but had no organs, just a rib cage. i was like who would do something like that to a child? >> reporter: that is what the police special victims unit is trying to decipher. the m.e.'s office says it appears the bodies had been preserved in some way, perhaps with formaldehyde. >> had to be an illegal lab, legal lab wouldn't do nothing like that. >> i don't like what these
people did. i feel bad for them. >> reporter: ronnie jackson says his son is still haunted by what they saw and he can only think of one way of explaining it to a 9 year old. he just hopes it's true. >> sometimes they take the organs and donate them to people and kids that need them. i said i don't know why they put the babies there. >> reporter: detectives with the special victims unit are likely checking with hospitals and labs to see if that yields anything. li live, doug shimell, nbc 10 news. a montgomery county high school was on edge today after an alumist left home with a gun case and possibly a gun. cheltenham high school in a lockdown situation today, no one could enter or leave the school without direct supervision. the school also cancelled after school activities. officials say a college student went home to pennsylvania to get a gun. the sophomore attends washington college in maryland, but went to
she cheltenham for high school. 19-year-old jacob marberger is still missing. his father tells nbc 10 he was suspended from college for some time this fall but wouldn't discuss why. the elder marberger doesn't believe his son is at risk to anyone else. he's begging his son to reach out to his family at this point and come home. more on our conversation with his father on our website, nbc10.com. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> a really nice fall day to be outside. nbc 10 at the university of delaware this morning where some students enjoyed the sunshine as they made their way to class. >> i'll take it, middle of november. let's turn to chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. glenn, we got close to 70 degrees today. >> that's right. and the average high this time of the year is only 56. it was even warm at the beaches because we had a land breeze today. that was a live view from cape
may, and you can see these temperatures well into the 60s, wildwood, atlantic city, 68 degrees right now in philadelphia. 65 in reading and allentown, 67 in trenton, northeast philly, dover, that's incredible and it's a lot warmer, of course, than it was at this time yesterday. four to eight degrees warmer. yesterday was pretty mild. as we go through the evening, the temperature, of course, going to drop. it's going to drop pretty significantly overnight as the wind shifts, it becomes a northerly wind towards midnight bringing in cooler air. there's just no doubt about that. we've had a lot of sunshine today, hardly a cloud in the sky for quite a while, but there is moisture on the way, some heavy rain in the forecast. the timing on that's coming with the seven day in a few minutes. >> thank you. in port richmond, three masked gunmen on the loose after police say they broke into a home and shot a woman three times. it happened earlier this morning
when police say the masked men held a woman at gunpoint and demanded money. they then shot her three times in the arm and ran off empty handed. the woman is recovering at temple hospital in stable condition. an officer shot a suspect this morning during a confrontation in philadelphia's kensington neighborhood. it happened as the officer was chasing the shall wauspect. the suspect is in stable condition after being shot in the leg. still unclear what led to the shooting, but police say they are looking for others who may be connected to this morning's incident. a pennsylvania lawmaker is calling on one of the state's top judges to resign. that judge was involved in a scandal where offensive and explicit e-mails were shared among state officials and critics believe he hasn't paid the price. nbc 10's rosemary connors has more. >> this man should go. because of what he represents. >> reporter: this man is justice michael eakin of the pennsylvania supreme court and his coalition says he represents
all that is wrong with the state judicial system, specifically the scandal involving the exchange of inappropriate e-mails. senator anthony williams provided the ones that eakin sent or received through the government server. williams called some of them racist. >> we have a brother in our house, black house, we got to pay no bills. >> reporter: williams described others as homophobic. >> good morning, time warner communications, can i help you? >> yeah, sure, i was calling about the issue of a new guy and lesbian channel. >> people of color, women, disabled, those of us who went through the '60s and looked to the court to define how we were protected, find this chilling. >> reporter: pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane has claimed her legal troubles are in retaliation to her office uncovering these e-mails. retaliation by a gold old boy's network controlling state politics. >> the fact that she found it, talked about it, and she's
reporting on it would suggest there's some merit to her perspective about that. >> reporter: williams is now calling on kane to appoint a special prosecutor with subpoena power to further investigate the e-mails. meanwhile, these activists want all involved to lose their jobs. >> i don't know what kind of america you live in, but the one i live in ses, they all got to go. >> justice eakin has apologized in the past for his participation in the e-mail exchange. today a representative from his office tells us justice eakin would not comment on the senator's call for his resignation. all right, you know what that music means, yes we have to talk about the tough loss for the eagles. sam bradford --
>> chip kelly says this afternoon he does not have an update on sam bradford. sam suffered a concussion, so he is in the nfl's concussion protocol, he also sprained his shoulder, so sam's status is in question for next sunday against the tampa bay bucs. take a look, sam got nailed by chris mccain right here, beating right tackle dennis kelly. and remember, sam missed the last season and a half with the rams with the two torn acls. he had played all eight of the eagles games. chip says if sam is healthy, he is still the birds' starting quarterback. the eagles, of course, are 4-5, they are inconsistent, so how much of that falls on the head coach? >> it's on all of us, you know, are we teaching it the right way in the classroom, on the field, are we communicating well enough so they have an opportunity to execute, it all falls on us. >> and if i were going to guess, i would not think that sam bradford would play sunday, then, of course, you have a
short week where the eagles go to detroit on thanksgiving, so maybe mark sanchez would play the next two games, just my thought. coming up at 5:00 and 6:00, more on the birds, how do they fix it. for now, i'm john clark. >> tough schedule given this predicament. john, thank you very much. now turning to this, recreational marijuana could be on the path to legalization in new jersey. lawmakers met today in trenton to hear from supporters of the idea. opponents of legalized pot will testify another time. medical marijuana got the okay in the garden state several years ago. dozens of education supporters traveled to harrisburg today to urge lawmakers to pass a budget. this is part of budget action day. it comes as budget negotiations are ramping up. supporters met with lawmakers and told them to sign a budget that would invest in schools and the community. >> you feel like our kids are our most important investment, this budget stalemate has dragged on long enough, so we're looking forward to meeting with folks from montgomery, chester,
and delaware counties to make it clear to the state that this is what we're waiting for. >> it's been more than 138 days without a budget. no word on when we can expect the stalemate to be over. speaking of investing, a call to invest in s.t.e.m. education. john carney visited the university of delaware today to discuss science, technology, engineering, and math education. he toured the school of science and engineering lab and spoke about legislation that would provide financial assistance to low income students majoring in s.t.e.m. fields. meanwhile, state and local lawmakers came together today to call for the expansion of the broad street lines in the philadelphia's navy yard down south. mayor-elect jim kenney joins bob casey, pat toomey, and bob brady at the navy yard. they talked about the need for direct public transportation to the site to help the area continue to expand. right now septa's broad street lines starts at fern rock transportation center in north
philly and travels south along broad, ends at the at&t station in south philly. officials hope to extend the line south by about a mile and a half and end it at the navy yard. >> it's so, so important for the development and expansion of our city to have a developed and expanded mass transit system. i'm so proud to be here in the hopefully beginning of its inclusion. >> right now the navy yard is home to more than 11,000 employees and 143 companies. we have new details today about some of the seven attackers responsible for the paris massacre. today, police in paris released this picture of one of the suspects believed to be at the scene. investigators say he rented the car used in the attack. he is described as armed and dangerous. according to one french official, the suspected mastermind is abdel hamid abboud.
abboud once boasted about evading western intelligence. one of the suicide bombers who attacked a sports stadium in paris on friday may have disguised himself as a syrian immigrant. the man entered europe on a migrant boat last month. they believe the passport he used was fake. now the fallout over the syrian migrant crisis is being felt here in the united states. the governors of alabama and arkansas announced they will oppose any attempt to relocate syrian refugees into their state. nbc 10 reached out to the governors in our area. delaware's jack markell supports asylum for refugees in the united states but congressman john carney said it's an issue that needs to be examined very closely. >> the challenge is to kind of separate, you know, the good guys from the bad guys, and that requires a very intense intelligence gathering and communications. >> also heard back from pennsylvania governor tom wolf's
office. they told us in part, "governor wolf wants pennsylvania to continue to build on its rich history of accepting immigrants and refugees from around the world, but he is also committed to protecting pennsylvanians and will work with the federal government to ensure it is taking every precaution necessary in screening those families coming into the country." jim rosenfield joins us live now from paris where the time is just about 10:00 now. jim, good to see you. what's happening where you are right now? >> reporter: well, first of all, keith, i can tell you a cool rain is now falling here on paris, fitting giving the mood in this city. i am in the heart of paris, the center of the city, and this is a significant site. it's a matter of blocks from the scene of the concert hall carnage and there in the middle of the place is the statue of the republic of france and this was a central gathering spot after the "charlie hebdo"
attacks in february. they are at the base of the monument, people are bringing flowers, lighting candles, and also putting up messages of hope. and also some messages to the attackers themselves. on the other side of the monument it says "not afraid," sending that message out to the world. keith and jacqueline? >> jim, the french president keeps talking about how the nation is at war and how france needs to be ready for more attacks. have you noticed a lot of security as you walk around the streets of paris? >> reporter: oh, most definitely. you see uniformed officers with very powerful rifles, they are walking in this place right here right now and they are all over the city. then, of course, there's security that we don't see, one would assume. yes, heavy security here in the city of paris, all the while the city has come back to life, just not to the extent it was before the attacks. coming up at 4:30, in fact, we're going to be talking to a
guy who was originally from trenton, new jersey, lived here in paris the last quarter century and lives down the street from here, which is a matter of yards from one of the restaurant and cafe attacks. he's going to share with us the impact on his neighborhood and also his business. he's in the tourism business. that's coming up in just a few minutes. back to you. >> look forward to hearing his story. nbc 10's jim rosenfield, thank you so much. we'll be checking in with jim, of course, at 4:30 and throughout the evening, as well, as our coverage of the terror in paris continues. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> some pretty amazing weather around here the last couple of days, kind of chilly on saturday, but it's warmed up. it's going to get much colder, though. tomorrow is not going to be anything like today. well, it will be fairly sunny, but not going to feel anything like today. we've got some heavy rain coming during the day on thursday, and we've got some more warmth this
week, too. this is not the last of the warm or mild days. had a lot of sunshine today, hardly a cloud in the sky. 68 degrees. the wind west at 13. look how low that humidity is, 26%. and we're in the 60s everywhere except for the 59 in mount pocono, which is way above average for them, too. we even have temperatures well into the 60s at the jersey shore and the beaches because we have a west to northwest wind. tonight it's going to cool down pretty nicely. we're going to be down in the 30s. allentown, pottstown, reading, lancaster, trenton, all below the 40-degree mark, but the only place below freezing is going to be in the poconos. this is a cold front that's coming down. we call it a back door front because most fronts come in from the west, the front door. here's the back door, sometimes they can sneak in here. we've got the west wind, warm air ahead of it.
colder air behind it and no clouds. no moisture with that front. so nothing going on tonight. this is a different story, there's moisture building up from the gulf of mexico with this, so here's your front for tonight, setting us up for the cooler day tomorrow. lot of sunshine, though. then the clouds start to come in tuesday night and into wednesday, but we don't see any real rain until thursday. there's the noon shot and there's the front. that comes through and then we get set up for another cold weekend. you may not get out of the 40s on sunday. here's the mild air, and it's going to disappear for a day, then come right back, but watch this. look at that cold come in as we go into the weekend. tonight clear encool. another day with a lot of sunshine, but nowhere near as warm as today.
that northeast wind taking care of that. temperatures into the mid to upper 50s, but then that's the average for this time of the year. we've just been so warm, this is going to feel kind of chilly. wednesday, not quite as cold. then a fairly warm, wet, windy day on thursday. the wind comes in and brings colder air starting friday. and then look out, chilly by sunday and monday. a police officer is getting noticed for an act of generosity. see how his kindness towards a homeless man was caught on video. i love patty labelle. shoutout to patty labelle, honey. >> people can't get enough of patty labelle's new pies, but see how one fan's rave review got the singer's attention. that's still ahead on nbc 10 news at 4:00.
officer buying boots for a homeless man. >> today that officer got a very special honor. today congressman donald norcross honored joyner with a special plaque for his selfless action. >> i want to shake your hand. giving him some shoes. >> oh! >> there he goes. that video posted earlier this month shows a homeless man trying on some boots right after joyner bought them for him. the officer says he's still stunned by the public's response. >> i'm still shocked, you know, i'm still amazed about the fact that it's having this much of an impact. to me it seemed like the right thing to do. >> acts are contagious. so far more than 2 million people have seen the video of joyner and that homeless gentleman with the shoes. amazing. >> good to see that. jacqueline, how cool is this
one, a local boy has a starring role in the new peanuts movie. >> an eighth grader at medford memorial school is the voice of pig pen in the just released film. tonight a.j.'s school will celebrate his star status with a movie night. families are invited for a 5:30 showing. tickets are $10. a portion is going to the danny hill fund to help cover the former student's medical costs. in our coverage of the terror in paris continuing next with nbc 10's jim rosenfield live in france. he talked to a man from new jersey who now lives in paris. and on the same block where some of these attacks took place. what he saw and heard that night and how he thinks life in paris will change.
this is nbc 10 news. >> a new threat today in the wake of the paris terror attacks. this one against the united states. isis released new propaganda video today threatening to attack washington, d.c. here's what we've learned so far. president obama is defending the u.s. strategy to take down isis, saying american troops on the ground in syria would be a big mistake. french president francois hollande is calling for the state of emergency in his country to stay in place for three full months. people in paris are still on edge from what happened three nights ago. >> and france's prime minister is warning of more attacks from isis. jim rosenfield was on the ground in paris less than 24 hours after the attack. he joins us live from paris once again. >> we know you're meeting with people with moving stories about where they were in the very moment their lives changed forever. >> reporter: we are, keith.
we've been talking, and jacqueline, we've been talking to both parisians and americans and today we met an ex-pat from mercer county, new jersey, who lives just yards from the site of one of those attacks. he makes his living helping people navigate around the city of paris, but today he finds it is a city with new landmarks of terror. gary trout is from trenton but called this paris neighborhood home for two decades now. this is home right where we are? >> this is home right here. >> reporter: his apartment only about 100 yards from one of the deadly attacks on a cafe and a restaurant. >> i'm sad to say now i know the sound of a kalashnikov, which i did not know before. i thought it was just people banging on metal or something. >> reporter: kraut stayed put in his apartment, after relatives back home called to ask if he lived anywhere near this very restaurant. >> i did expect to be walking
the dog then right here, and then i -- the neighbor told me she felt okay and she was walking the dog, she was out right here, she's very traumatized today. >> reporter: as are so many in paris, visible on the faces of those drawn to visit these scenes of carnage. kraut's business is tourism, he runs a travel website, gives tours, and has written five guide books. as expected, clients abroad are nervous. >> already someone has written to me, who's coming next week, and says is it safe, so i don't really know, i haven't figured out how to answer that question yet. >> reporter: will this neighborhood ever be the same, gary? >> yeah, i think the idea is everyone wants it to be the same and will insist it's the same and will come there the day that it opens again. >> reporter: kraut says he, himself, feels safe right now here in his city, but he says there are momentary sights and
sounds that trigger flashbacks, which i would expect are not going to ease for quite some time. keith and jacqueline? >> there's a large muslim community there in paris where you are. are there any fears of backlash against some of that community? >> reporter: you know, i have a photograph here on my phone i'll post later to social media that we saw just about an hour ago outside the theater, the concert hall where there's just a huge massive amount now of flowers and candles in a tribute, and in the photo, i'm pulling it up on my phone right now, i'll tell you what it says, posted on a tree across from the concert hall. i am a muslim, i am against terrorism. and that wasn't the only message of that sort that we saw around some of these sites. so i think there's a strong feeling that, you know, this was a terror cell that struck, it's not representative of everyday muslims here in paris, of which there is a sizable population.
keith and jacqueline? >> that memorial continuing to grow behind you. jim rosenfield live in paris tonight, thank you. and as the world mourns the loss of those 129 victims, leaders are promising to take action against the people responsible. >> but many people are questioning if president obama's going far enough. today the president defended his strategy while intelligence leaders looked for potential holes in our nation's security. we'll have much more on the concerns for an attack here coming up in the next 15 minutes. immigration activists in philadelphia made their message heard loud and clear this afternoon. they do not want mayor michael nutter to change immigration laws that might lead to more deportations. nbc 10 reporter lauren mayk was there for the protest outside city hall. she joins us live. lauren? >> reporter: good afternoon. mayor michael nutter leaves office seven weeks from today, but he is considering doing something that is really causing a stir with immigrants.
the crowd outside held signs in spanish and english, trying to send a message. the immigrants and advocates are upset that a policy they celebrated here in philadelphia may change. it limits city cooperation with immigration officials or i.c.e. in cases where individuals could be deported. >> we will not allow mayor nutter to throw a community under the bus. >> reporter: the mayor tells us the review of his old order is about keeping people safe, alerting the feds if someone who is dangerous is in custody. maria sanchez joined the crowd. have you had any conversations with the mayor about this and what may or may not change? >> i have not, because again, they have not shared in writing, so you don't know what they are looking to change, how that gets operationalized and how it will impact folks. >> reporter: to one organizer here, it's personal. maria sotomayor is an
undocumented immigrant from ecuador who lives outside the city. >> i'm always scared my parents are going to be picked up by immigration, either going to the store or going to work. >> reporter: she says philadelphia's policy has just made people more comfortable interacting with police, but that could now change. >> changing this again is going to make a lot of people nervous, really scared, and it's going to confuse the community. >> reporter: if mayor nutter does make a change, it might not last very long because mayor-elect jim kenney tells me he would change it back when he takes office. he also tells me that he has encouraged mayor nutter not to do anything on this right now. live in center city, i'm lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. well, just minutes ago we found out we did hit 70 degrees officially. on november 16th, but for the rest of the week our temperatures are on a roller coaster ride and some heavy rain is coming. details in my first alert forecast next at 4:00.
it's a question that's been brewing for years, is coffee good for you or not? now after pulling together information on over 250,000 people, a cup of joe could extend your life. scientists found people who tossed back two to five cups a day are less likely to die from type 2 diabetes, heart, or neurological diseases. the reasons why is still up in the air. so drink some of that coffee. >> cheers to that, right? i like it. as we get closer to the start of winter, philadelphia's fire commissioner is getting the word out about the new carbon monoxide law. no one has died from carbon monoxide poisoning in the city this year, but more must be done to keep it that way. derek sawyer appeared on our 11:00 a.m. show this morning and tells us the biggest mistakes people make are not checking their heater and not having a carbon monoxide detectodetector.
>> it's going to be very cold outside and everyone's going to turn their heat on and never think they should have gotten their heater checked first. >> important reminder. the new law requires landlords to install and test detectors in buildings with more than two units. tenants must maintain that alarm and also replace the batteries. i love patti labelle. shoutout to patty labelle, honey. >> reporter: this video goes viral, i'm looking for the pie that has one philadelphia legend cashing in. [gus singing] ♪ dashing through the snow ♪ careful on the ice ♪ keep scratchin', cousin joe. ♪ [cousin joe singing] ♪ oh gus, you're much too nice! [gus singing] ♪ a gift for uncle dave, and 1 for auntie jane ♪ ♪ mom and dad and grandpa zack all get a scratching game ♪ [everyone singing] ♪ oh, instant games! ♪ instant games! instant games for me! ♪
challenges isis poses here at home, but president obama says the u.s. will intensify its strategy against the terrorist group and that strategy will work. this comes as isis threatens an attack on the united states today. >> that stoked a debate that's become part of the race for the white house, it's a debate over president obama's strategy to beat isis and protect our homeland. nbc 10 national correspondent steve handelsman has the story from washington. >> reporter: president obama said he will intensify, not change, his plan to beat isis. >> the strategy that we are putting forward is the strategy that ultimately is going to work. >> reporter: he vows more air strikes, getting more nations like france and getting more kurds and iraqis in the ground fight, but not more americans. in turkey today mr. obama sounded irritated by critics. >> folks want to pop off and have opinions about what they think they would do, present a specific plan. >> you do it with massive force.
>> reporter: jeb bush says deploy a lot of u.s. troops. >> needs to be a strategy where we fight to win and then we pull out. >> reporter: you couldn't pull out, says mr. obama, isis would survive. >> they resurface, unless we're prepared to have a permanent occupation of these countries. >> reporter: isis today warned in a video that washington is a target, and after paris, the cia director believes more attacks are coming. >> i would anticipate that this is not the only operation that isil has in the pipeline. >> reporter: this was capitol hill, republican candidates are demanding mr. obama not admit syrians fleeing isis. >> no, we shouldn't be bringing in tens of thousands of syrian muslim refugees. >> reporter: the president fired back. >> that's shameful. that's not american. that's not who we are. >> reporter: what we are is divided about isis. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, washington.
>> and the terror in paris is not only affecting people in that city. today nbc 10 spoke with students from france who are studying here in our area. hear what it's like to be so far from home and how their schools are helping them handle their grief. that's coming up on nbc 10 news at 5:00. we're also going to check in with nbc 10's jim rosenfield live in paris with the latest on the search for the suspects involved in friday's attacks. and the new threat isis is making against the united states. the widows of fallen police officers are hoping to raise money for a special cause. three wives of fallen officers will raise money for widows stand strong by guest bartending in center city. it's a light hearted way to boost the survivors fund. philadelphia police officers daniel faulkner, chuck cassidy, and daniel pawlowski all died in the line of duty. his wife was five months pregnant when her husband john was gunned down.
>> he looked just like his father, it's pretty cool to watch and see the mannerisms of his dad and stuff like that coming out. >> we posted a link with more information about tonight's fundraiser on our nbc 10 mobile app. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> well, pretty incredible way to start a week. temperature actually got up to 70 degrees today, but it is going to be much colder during the day tomorrow. we also have some heavy rain in the forecast for at least a part of this week and some more warmth. this is not going to be the only day that has temperatures way above average. well, the flags have been blowing a little bit harder than this today. westerly wind continuing to feed in warm air at 68 degrees. the wind is west at 13 miles an hour, seven degrees warmer than it was at this time yesterday. and yesterday we got up to 61, which is above the average of 56. today officially 70, tomorrow
57, wednesday 61. and then thursday we warm back up again. but that's just temporary. colder air will be returning. 65 in allentown and reading, doylestown, 65, as well. pottstown 64. 66 in mount holly, 65 in wilmington. and also in ricetown, 67 in trenton. and even in the 60s right at the beaches, because we've had a land breeze during the day today. 67 degrees, no warm westerly wind, this is the cold front that's going to come down tonight and put an end to that. but that one's coming through dry. the front that's out here is not going to be coming through dry. we definitely have rain coming with that. a lot of moisture building up, but it's not going to be an all day thing. so as we go through the night tonight, the temperature goes down. northeast winds come in, start to bring some of that canadian air down here. by tomorrow morning we're in the
30s in northern and western suburbs. not unusual for this time of the year and it's not unusual for temperatures like this at this time of the year either. it's kind of unusual for this november. it's been an exceptionally warm november. it's dry during the day tomorrow, lots of sunshine, then here comes some clouds as we go into wednesday. by wednesday the wind's going to start shifting in off the ocean. that's going to allow the moisture to increase. here come those clouds wednesday afternoon, but no rain until we get to thursday. and then some colder air comes in. look at this. we've got the mild air thursday. some pretty good cold air in central canada and some of it just comes racing right down in here. not just saturday, but especially sunday for the eagles game. it's going to be a whole lot colder than yesterday's game. 44 degrees in philadelphia. 37 north and west. during the day tomorrow, a lot of sunshine, but nowhere near as
warm as today. highs in the mid to upper 50s. that is close to the average for this time of the year. then a little bit milder on wednesday with the clouds increased, the rain comes in on thursday, some of it heavy, mostly during the middle of the day, then on friday we start cooling down and saturday cool down a little more. by sunday and monday it's kind of cold around here. >> glenn, thank you very much. hard time finding a bigger patti labelle fan than this guy. listen. >> patti labelle, this is the patti edition. on my own, why did it end this way? >> and can sing, too. how one fan's love of patti and her new pies is causing a sensation around the country.
i love patti labelle. shoutout to patti labelle, honey. >> turns out patti labelle loves him, too. this video featuring a very enthusiastic fan got the attention of ms. labelle herself, and it was all made possible thanks to the singer's new line of, boy they are popular, the boys. >> that's right. tim furlong shows us how they've become a huge hit. >> greetings! >> have you seen this video yet? >> this is a patti edition, honey. >> this guy hits youtube to review the pies at walmart. >> i didn't know she had any pies. >> yep, she does. you know who patti labelle is? >> nope. >> that young lady doesn't know patti labelle, but most of us know her as a singer and
philadelphian, yet she now sells pies at walmart for $3.48 a piece. and james apparently thinks the pies are just divalicious. >> go to walmart and buy the patti labelle pie. >> based only on his enthusiasm, tried buying a pie, couldn't find them. i found marie callender's pies, but no patti. online, most stores tell you they are sold out. looking for patti labelle pies. i did call around to be sure, but no luck. >> we're all sold out of the pies. >> do you know when you're getting them in next? >> we're not sure yet. >> honestly, i couldn't find somebody who had tried a patti labelle pie, won't guy won't try. >> i don't like sweet potato. >> others, maybe they think patti should stick to singing. >> i make pumpkin pies. >> are your pies good?
>> of course! >> do you think they are better than patti labelle's pies? >> i don't know, i haven't tasted her pies. >> patti labelle called to thank james for what has become a ton of free internet viral press. he's making her a ton of dough off her pies. anything that would make me feel like this -- i might have to give it a try, too. tim furlong, nbc 10 news. >> that is the perfect advertisement right there. patti is loving that guy, i'm sure. >> i made her over the rainbow mac and cheese, anything she comes up with, amazing. >> i've got to pick that up. >> i'll make some for you. nbc 10 news at 5:00 is next. >> here's denise nakano. >> next also new tonight on nbc 10 at 5:00, we are tracking several developments in the french terror attacks tonight. from our first look at the men suspected of masterminding the attack, to a new threat against our nation's capital. nbc 10's jim rosenfield is the only local reporter on the
ground in france tonight. complete coverage from paris straight ahead. and it's going to be cooler for the area tomorrow, then we have some heavy rain moving in before the weekend gets here. i'll show you the timing on that coming up. and all new, there's more to this than meets the eye. local police say it saved an officer's life and he never had to fire a single shot next on nbc 10 news at 5:00.
nbc 10 news starts now. >> the faces of evil revealed. we have our first look at the men suspected of masterminding the deadly violence in france. the man hunt intensifies as a new terror video has washington, d.c., on notice tonight. good evening, i'm keith jones. >> and i'm denise nakano. this is a suspected mastermind behind friday's attack. french officials say he's a belgian national with known terror connections. today isis released a new video threatening to carry out an attack in washington, d.c. french war planes launched another air strike against isis targets in their capital city of rakka as president obama defended his strategy to take down the terrorist group. the president says his strategy will be intensified going forward, but will keep u.s. troops off the ground. nbc 10's jim rosenfield was on the ground in paris less than 24 hours after the attack. >> heil