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donald trump is associating himself with violence, extremist people. >> enthusiastic this morning we're hearing from a protester who said he was punched and kicked during a skirmish at a donald trump rally in arizona last night. fans are fired up for today's two tournament time match-ups involving philadelphia area schools. a big day for both villanova and st. joe's and we've got a preview. we've got a live look outside right now where it feels more like winter on this first day of spring. 37 degrees at nbc 10. depending where you live, you might see a little snow later tonight. the timing coming up in the first alert forecast. good morning, everybody. welcome to nbc 10 news, i'm ted
greenberg. now 6:00 a.m. on this sunday morning. thank you so much for being with us. let's get the wintry feeling sunday forecast for the first day of spring for meteorologist sheena parveen in the first alert "weather center." >> probably not what we want to be feeling first day of spring but a warm-up later this week. going into your morning, you're going to want the heavy coat. it was cold like yesterday morning. through the afternoon we will stay cold. live look at cape may. we have a little light rain through parts of cape may county, also in suffolk county and delaware. 37 in wildwood and atlantic city, 38 in philadelphia and wilmington. 33 in allentown, 35 in reading and pottstown. 30 poconos. a cold start to spring attachment a look at future weather as we go through the day. rain in south jersey and delaware. cloudy elsewhere. your planner for the day today, not too bad. if you're new jersey and delaware, cold and kind of rainy
at times. but noon near 40 by the afternoon. that's when we see showers. the best chance of snow there will be overnight tonight. philadelphia area by 8:00 a.m. near 40 degrees by the afternoon. low 40s, staying cloudy through the day. if you're in the lehigh valley topping out around 43 this afternoon. this is mostly cloudy. still the forecast coming up i'll show you the timing on it and who can expect it. >> sheena, thank you. see you then. stay on top of the changes in our weather today by downloading nbc 10 app. there you'll find the latest forecast plus live first alert weather radar. it is a free download. 6:02 right now. it is tournament time round two, both villanova and st. joe's are hitting the hardwood in ncaa men's basketball tournament. nbc 10's pamela osborne is live on the st. joe's campus in wynnfield. a patchup. >> pretty quiet on campus.
if i had to guess it wouldn't be for much longer. it is march madness. hawks will be plague later tonight at 9:00 p.m. first another game of interest people want to check out. we'll start with the wildcats who will be playing iowa at 12:10. overnight we caught up with nova students who were actually headed to the game. they are taking a train and then a bus to get there. some really serious prediction frs fans as well. >> now we're in march madness. we're going to win this all the way. put us in the elite eight but we're going all the way. there you have it. nova fans preparing for victory. also we've got our selves positioned on campus. in the event st. joe's fans walk by we'll talk to them and get their take. i'm pamela osborne for nbc 10 news. >> pam, we look forward to that. thank you. now to decision 2016.
you're looking at violence in arizona last night. a new video appears to show an audience members punching and kicking a protester who police were escorting out. officers arrested the alleged attacker. the protester, who was not seriously hurt, spoke with nbc news. >> all hell broke loose. this and that. stomping me. incredible. i understand that people support donald trump but do they support this kind of thing? >> brian sanders says the republican presidential front-runner is associating himself with violent treatmentist people who are willing to go to any lengths to get him nominated. anger surrounding donald trump's campaign is now impacting his family. sources tell nbc news trump's sister, marianne trump barry received a death threat. she's a judge in philadelphia.
authorities say she got a threatening letter last week, the day after one of donald trump's sons received an envelope with white powder inside, which turned out to be harmless. meanwhile john kasich says under no circumstances would he consider becoming a vice presidential candidate if he doesn't win the gop nomination. the ohio governor made those remarks in an interview with nbc "meet the press" set to air later this morning. kasich remains a long shot to win the republican presidential nomination. also coming up on "meet the press," exclusive senate leaders harry reid and mitch mcconnell will discuss president obama's supreme court nominee merrick garland. that's this morning at 10:30 right here on nbc 10. 6:05 right now, new from overnight, one man in stable condition following a shooting in southwest philadelphia. police say a 23-year-old man was shot lee times around 2:30 this morning near the corner of 58th treat and beaumont avenue. investigators are still working to find a motive for the shooting. so far no arrests.
this morning we are hearing from a good samaritan who rescued a driver just moments before his car burst spoke flames in camden county. shaw was driving along new brooklyn aerial road in winslow township when the car hit a tree. shaw saw what happened, borrowed an axe from a neighbor and began hitting the door of the car. >> trying to get that door open, pry it up. >> just hammering with the axe on that door. >> uh-huh. the fire is right here, i'm here. >> two other good samaritans ripped out the window and pulled the driver out. he's in the hospital in critical condition. philadelphia police looking for a second man involved in an attack using a screwdriver and baseball bat. the victim was outside a tattoo shop in ken singleton.
the victim went to the hospital. more than two dozen dogs and cats living cleaner lives this morning. the spca rescued them from a filthy home. they were in holmesburg where animal control officers removed the pets. they showed up after they got a tip from the police the dogs and cats were living in unsafe conditions. spca calling it a case of animal hoarding. now caring for all those rescued animals. french authorities questioning the newly captured suspect in last year's paris attack saying he is providing some answers. there's one things he's fighting. we'll update the efforts to return him to france. plus pieces of history come tumbling down. still ahead, the implosion of two highrises in north philadelphia. .
good sunday morning. it is the first day of spring finally, but it doesn't feel like spring. it feels like winter outside right now. most of the area in the 30s. if you're in the poconos, you're in the 20s. it's going to keep staying cold as we go through the afternoon today. no warm-up in the forecast today and we still do have that chance for snow. we'll see that in just a second. live look near citizens bank park in south philadelphia. we're seeing nice clear conditions this morning but clouds hanging around. some of you will be seeing that rain as early as thursday afternoon. right now philadelphia and wilmington, 36 and northeastfully, mid-30s in trenton but freeding quakerstown and doylestown. 33 in allentown, 36 in coatesville. if you're close to the shore, we're in the 30s for woodbine, degrees there, 39 dover, 36 newark. take a look at how your day is doing to shape up. we go through the next few
hours, showers in south jersey and delaware by noon. by 5:00 p.m. more showers for new jersey and delaware. you start to see hints of what will be changing over to snow. that won't be until late tonight. here is 9:00 p.m., snow in parts of new jersey and delaware. temperatures will start to get cold enough again overnight to support snow. so yes, still snow in the forecast tonight. not for everybody. most overnight tonight. take a look at the timing of that and into your morning commute tomorrow coming up. nearly a half century of history came crumbling down in 10 seconds in north philadelphia. two of the apartment buildings at 23rd and jefferson were leveled. the philadelphia housing authority plan to modernize the complex. for some that lived in the apartments, the moment was bittersweet. >> it's kind of sad to see your home destroyed.
but it will be built back up much better. >> implosion will make way for part of a citywide plan to provide more low rise townhouse units. on this palm sunday, we learn that pope francis is stepping up his social media savvy. what that means for his followers still ahead. and a horse lifted to safety after it fell down a california canyon. you'll see more of this dramatic rescue effort when we come right back. katie: the u.s. has added 14 million new jobs
since the great recession - a good start. but too many families see the special interests gaining the upper hand in washington, while paychecks don't go far enough. if you work hard, your paycheck should show it; you earned social security - it should be there when you retire. and you shouldn't have to go broke to afford college. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message because it's your turn.
6:14. officials in newark, new jersey are testing water for led in the faucets and fountains of public schools as nbc's morgan radford tells us the city is dealing with what could be a growing threat to children exposed to led. >> reporter: anger and frustration as parents in newark drop their kids off at school. this week water was shut off at
30 public schools with unsafe levels of led. >> the moment that they knew something was wrong the school should have been closed down. >> 17,000 students offered free blood tests. >> we're putting led in our own bodies without knowing. >> hopefully will be all right. >> reporter: showing blood levels at or over federal limit of water samples dating back to 2012. and now the new school superintendent is demanding water tests at each of the city's 67 schools. what do you say to concerned parents? >> first of all, i understand that you're far more likely to get inappropriate levels of led from a chip machine that has led or dust that has led in homes. >> reporter: the data shows newark's led levels were nowhere near as high as flent. f flint. that still doesn't give them peace of mind.
>> where are you? >> new jersey governor chris christie says officials have been monitoring the session but districts weren't required to report to the state. >> the school districts are solely responsible for this situation. >> newark mayor said even he didn't know and officials not reporting information is part of the problem. >> so by keeping it a secret, they strip the people of newark of their power. >> strip the people of their authority to make a decision pout what they think is right for themselves and their families and on a personal level. that's where the problem really lies. >> a problem in need of a solution to protect its most precious natural resource. >> didn't have the will to do it ourselves, we should do it for our children. >> nbc news, newark, new jersey. authorities in turkey say a suicide attack on a busy street in istanbul killed five people. two were identified as israeli americans with dual nationalities. several dozen people were injured. the white house called it a
heinous attack with no immediate claim of responsibility from what was the sixth suicide bombing in turkey in the past year. this morning we're learning more about the former fugitive arrested in the paris terror attacks. he said he intended to be one of the suicide bombers but backed out at the lastment. salah abdelslam captured in this raid friday in belgium. he was shot in the leg and arrested as he was interrogated yesterday by police, he told them he wanted to proceed himself up at the stadium but changed his mind at the last minute. instead he trough some attackers to paris. his lawyers are fighting his extradition to france. >> i wouldn't say it's a relief that he's been arrested. to be honest, i felt numb. >> in europe on alert for other accomplices who may be on the run after abdelslam's arrest. he already has a twitter account, now pope francis is getting even more connected online.
the i have now has an instagram account his user name is franciscan. he shared, "pray for me" in nine different languages. the vatican said it will help the pope share his message of tenderness and mercy. a u.s. firefighter came to the rescue and used a helicopter to pull a horse to safety after it fell down a canyon. it fell down the side of a trail. the horse was attached to a harness and blind folded before being thrown through the area. it was on its feet after a few tries. we're told it's now doing okay. >> now, your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist sheena parveen. >> love a good animal story. today is the first day of spring by the way. you won't know it as you walk outside. feels winter. we are very cold this morning. cold start to the spring morning for you.
spring has already started. it was around 12:30. we're in the 30s. it was feeling like it but we are for today watching rain and snow for part of the area. most of the snow will be here overnight tonight. it's not going to be for everybody but some of you will be seeing around the commute. philadelphia, 38 degrees. visibility is good but breezy northeast wind at 13 miles an hour. cold and breezy this morning. 33 right now in allentown, 35ed redding and pottstown, westchester, 38 in wilmington, millville, atlantic city coming in at 37 degrees this morning. it is a cold start, going to stay cold this afternoon. some of you have light rain showers, maybe flurries north and west but really not much. near cape may, suffolk county, light rain this morning. still rain to the south and warm moisture off the southeast coast. this is really the area that we're watching as do through later today an tonight. so future weather is going to show that snow developing but
not until late today. by 10:00 a.m. this morning, we'll still be mostly dry. the best chance of rain in suffolk county. by 10:00 p.m. more rain in new jersey and delaware. but just right at this point, temperatures will be too warm. the rest of us will be seeing highs mid to low 40s. now we're looking at 10:00 p.m. tonight. there's that snow in new jersey and delaware forming. that will be overnight tonight and spot very early morning. new jersey and delaware by 6:00 a.m. still lingering and we'll finally start to see it clear up about 9:00 a.m. weather with snowfall totals not much. maybe an inch or two in parts of new jersey and delaware. we'll be keeping a very close eye on this. yes, some of it can be sticking to roads. be very careful tomorrow morning because we could see slick spots. any accumulation should be on grass mainly. mostly cloudy and cold. rain in new jersey and delaware but some could be edging into the philadelphia area. 40 to 43 for the high temperatures. tonight really is what we're
watching for that. we go into monday windy and cold. morning lows at or below flees freezing. some of that will be sticking and causing icy spots. be careful driving. look at the warmups. sunny tuesday, wednesday, thursday, near 70 on thursday and rain into the week. >> thank you. students will get more funding thanks to efforts of the mayor and00 of local vips. nbc 10 in center city for the mayor's masked ball. the gala raised money for the local chapter of the united negro college fund. comcast vice president of community investment was among those honored for their work in the community. nbc 10 telemundo and comcast were proud sponsors of this year's ball. yesterday was african-american women entrepreneurial efforts and reach. the 30th annual madam cj walker
addiction is widely considered a disease among experts in the field so why hasn't the way it's treated caught up? patty spent seven years fighting two battles, once again her heroin addiction and the other against the stigma that came with it. patty and her daughter blake tried dozens of times to find treatment that was the right fit for what sal needed but every time it ended quickly because of
insurance trouble. in the middle of sal's addiction patty had her own crisis, she was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer. patty eventually beat her cancer but sal did not beat his addiction, he died of drug overdose at age 26. the disparity in is not lost on patty. >> my feeling is i shouldn't be here. my son lost his life to addiction and i had breast cancer and i'm till here. i had all the help i needed. every door opened for me once i was diagnosed. it didn't happen to them. doors shut in his face once you said heroin. >> since sal died patty dedicated herself to talk about addiction andiers to care so more young people don't lose their life. patty is one of ten people we spoke with about the investigation in the heroin and
opioid crisis. watch "generation addicted" tomorrow at 7:00 on nbc 10. the best high school hoopsters in the first state helped make friends. blue gold basketball all-star game held yesterday at the university of delaware. high schoolers from up and down the state played for a packed house. nbc 10 delaware bureau reporter tim furlong hosted the game. proceeds went to help best buddies of delaware. the organizations aims to help the disabled make lasting friendships. 6:26 right now. fans from two philadelphia area schools are turning up the excitement as they get ready for a pair of match-ups at the ncaa tournament. nbc 10's pamela osborne live this morning with a preview. pam. >> good morning, ted, they certainly are. as we right now some of those students are making their way up to new york to catch villanova's noon game against iowa. we'll have their predictions coming up.
and it is a cold start to your morning. temperatures in the 30s for the first day of spring and later tonight we still have the snow in the forecast. i'll show you who can expect it and if it lingers into your monday morning commute. in the meantime beautiful look at boathouse row. also your forecast coming up.
it's a cold start to spring. it will feel like winter for a few days. even a little snow in the forecast as we take a live look at beach avenue in cape may. that could be one of the areas seeing the white stuff. good morning, everyone. welcome back to "nbc 10 news today." i'm ted greenberg. thank you for being with us. 6:30 on sunday morning, sheena parveen tracking snow heading our way. >> good morning, ted. for some of us looks like winter. we still have snow in the forecast. only for part of the area, thou though. most of it late night and overnight. we'll talk about that in a little bit. starting out with a breeze. flags blowing. the temperature making us feel warm for the first if i recall day of spring. we have all moisture around the southeast. it's not impressive but it's
there, eventually move our area later on tonight but right now we have mostly dry conditions, a few flurries around poconos. temperatures 3.3 allentown, pottstown, 38 philadelphia and millvil millville. this is future weather. we have rain in new jersey and delaware and temperatures will still be cold, around 40 degrees. the best chance later tonight seeing rain turn to snow. coming up we'll take a look at the evening forecast and show you the timing of that snow and if it will linger. >> for the cig, be sure to download the nbc app. you'll find the forecast and first alert weather radar. atmosphere free download. 6:31, new from overpass, one person in the hospital because of this house fire in chester,
delaware county. firefighters called to a house on concord avenue, 5th street. they found heavy fire and smoke on the third floor. it are spread to two more buildings before being put under control. we're working to learn the condition of the victim in the house. a firefighter was hit by a wire but did not have to go to the hospital. the hawks and wildcats back in action. villanova and wildcats in the spotlight again. pamela osborne live on the campus to tell us about today's game and all of the fan excitement. >> reporter: good sunday morning to you, ted. it's quiet on campus, the hawks don't play until later today. there's another game people may be interested in seeing. i'm talking about villanova. we've seen the community rally
behind the men's basketball team there and here at st. joe's as well. the wildcats play first. their matchup at 12:10. overnight we caught up with students headed to tonight's game. one went to the big east, is back in town. get this, ted. she's taking a train and then a bus just to watch the game in person. >> it was so awesome, nothing like the pavilion, it was the most awesome thing i've seen. >> reporter: nova fans are predicting they have what it takes to go all the way. keith johnny is there covering that action. reporting live, i'm pamela osborne for nbc 10 news. >> pam, thank you. decision 2016, we're seeing more chaos surrounding's run for the white house. this video shows tense moments at a trump rally in tucson, arizona. an audience member appears to
kick and punch a protester who is down on the floor. backlash from donald trump candidacy is also reaching his family. the fbi is now investigating a death threat to trump's sister who is a federal judge in philadelphia. sources tell near, judge barry received a threatening letter, she serves on the third court of appeal. she got the letter a day after donald trump's son received an envelope with white powder which turned out to be harmless. trump's controversial statements are fueling anger and some violence. gop analysts telling us it's likely a calculated move to win support. >> this probably will help donald trump instead of hurt him. don't be surprised if you see the same charged rhetoric and protests and lots of noise. >> observers say tuesday arizona's primary and utah caucus will be a big test to see if voters are turned off by what's been happening at those trump rallies. meanwhile john kasich says under
no circumstances would he consider becoming a vice presidential candidate if he does not win the gop nomination. the ohio governor made those remarks in an interview for nbc "meet the press" to air later this morning. kasich remains a long shot to win the republican presidential nomination. meantime democratic white house candidate bernie sanders is vowing to give 11 million undocumented imigrants a pass to citizenship. he repeated that promise yesterday just a few yards from the u.s./mexico border in arizona. sanders trails clinton 2-1 in the delegate count towards their party's nomination. next presidential contest set for tuesday. candidates from both parties will look to pick up delegates in the arizona primary and utah caucuses. the democrats will also caucus in idaho. later this morning on nbc's "meet the press," an exclusive senate leader harry reid and mitch mcconnell will discuss president obama's supreme court
nominee merrick garland. that's this morning at 10:30 right here on nbc 10. 6:36. right now pope francis is saying mass for palm sunday at the vatican. a live look as the pontiff sides over the service. these the start of holy week for christians around the globe. it leads up to he's ter when the crucifixion of christ is commemorated. here at home services will mark palm sun at basilica st. peter and paul around 8:00 a.m. the holiday celebrates the day jesus christ went into jerusalem on a donkey as crowds put palm branches in his path. there are other church at churches around the area, lutheran church of our savannah i don't remember in haddonfield. the highlight will be children waving palms during the processional. eno one tabernacle baptist
church in west oak lane will hold palm services at 10:00 this morning and mother bethel ame church has services in society hill at 9:30 a.m. today president obama embarks on a new era in u.s./cuba relations. we'll run you through the agenda for this historic visit. plus why mark zuckerberg met with a chinese official and what that could mean for facebook. s
the heavier jacket and probably want it this afternoon, too. everyone in the 30s and officially the first day of spring but feels more like winter. it will stay that way as we go through the afternoon. highs will be running about 10 degrees below normal. live look at center city, look at the blanket of clouds around. today we'll continue with the cloud cover a lot like yesterday except this afternoon the rain is going to keep moving spoke new jersey and delaware. that's still in the forecast then later tonight that's when we'll see it changing over to snow for part of the area. 36 northeast philly, 35 kent square, 38 wilmington, through the lehigh valley through areas freezing. 32 quakerstown and doylestown 33 allentown, 35 redding and pottstown. much of jersey in the upper 30s. it's cold today, going to stay cold. future weather by 1:00 p.m. most of the area and dry but cold. showers along the shore and delaware. 6:00 p.m. rain in new jersey and delaware but that changes over
to snow by about 9:00 p.m. for some parts of the area. show you a closer look at that coming up. >> perfect day for water rights today, sheena? >> could be. >> i don't know, get in front of the heater. >> or put your uggs on. you can get a free rita's italian ice, it is the first day of spring. stores nationwide participating in the giveaway. the 33rd year, they expect 1 million people will receive a free treat. today st. baldrick's will hold a head shaving in philadelphia. this. money raised through pledges will go to childhood cancer research. it was a tough day for flyers who lost ground in the playoff race. today is a big day for villanova and st. joe's. we'll get you ready for
police in newcastle county trying to figure out how a 20-year-old fell off a roof. the man from massachusetts died after yesterday's accident in newark. it happened on west main street yesterday afternoon near the university of delaware campus. however, authorities tell us he is not a student at the university. also in newcastle county, a good samaritan is being credited with saving lives at a claymont apartment complex after a fire raced through almost two dozen units. that fire started in a third floor unit at the edge at green tree apartments around 6:30 last night. it didn't take long until it spread to an adjoining building. witnesses say smoke could be seen from far away. some followed the smoke to see how they could help.
>> started beating on doors telling everybody, fire, fire, smoke. everybody get out. several tenants in there not really concerned about it but i told them everybody get out, there's fire everywhere. >> 22 units were burned along with at least $800,000 in fire damage. today president obama will open a new era in u.s./cuban relations traveling to havana. mr. obama will be the first president to visit the island since calvin coolidge 90 years ago. the trip stems from the 2014 announcement of renormalized relations between u.s. and cuba. president obama and first family will spend two and a half days in cuba. the president will attend a state dinner hosted by fidel castro. president obama will also deliver a speech to the cuban people, meet with dissidents and take in a baseball game between tampa bay rays and cuban national team.
lester holt will report and anchor "nbc nightly news" from havana at 6:30 tonight and tomorrow night. that's right here on nbc 10. a rare meeting between the founder of facebook and china's propaganda chief. facebook founder and ceo mark zuckerberg met with the chinese official in beijing. this is all part of an effort for facebook to share its experience with chinese companies and help them develop a more beneficial internet. china has also called for a global internet governing system to regulate online use. critics say that could violate freedom of expression. right now facebook, twitter and other western social media sites are banned in china. apple unveiling new gadgets and a look into oil and corruption in brazil. that's all ahead in business this week. cnbc's michelle caruso-cabrera has a preview for us. >> reporter: key reports shine new light multi-billion corruption scandal. the company finally
releasing results for last year which could put hard numbers on the cost in both dollars and also jobs lost. back here in the u.s., apple is expected to announce a new smaller iphone as well as an updated ipad. apple may also comment on its ongoing encryption battle with the fbi or it may wait until tuesday when a court hearing is scheduled to debate whether apple should crack the phone. used by one of the shooters in the san bernardino terrorist attack. car buffs can look forward to wednesday when the new york auto show gets under way. you can tune into cnbc for interviews with top executives and cars from ford, nissan, porsche and more. finally a short week for markets, they will be closed in honor of good friday. i'm michelle caruso-cabrera. get all your business news on cnbc. >> announcer: now, you're nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist sheena parveen. well, good sunday morning. it is the first day of spring finally but it feels like winter this morning.
spring has a cold start today in the 30s across a lot of the area so you'll want heavy jackets before you step outside. watching rain and still snow in the forecast later tonight. not for everyone but that rain is going to start early in the afternoon for you. snow mostly overnight tonight and mostly new jersey and delaware. show you that in a second. 33 in allentown, mid-30s for pottstown, westchester, philadelphia 38 degrees. 38 in wilmington, 38 millville, 39 in dover. so if you're about to step outside it's cold and also breezy. that's making it feel a little bit colder, too. 8:00 this morning near 40 degrees, mostly cloudy by noon today. overcast skies for most of the area, around 43. by 4:00 p.m. at least in the philadelphia area, points north and west, cloudy and dry, showers south of new jersey and delaware this afternoon. so we do have the rain in the forecast and snow later tonight. here is a look now. most of the areas dry, maybe some flurries trying to fall in
the lehigh valley and poconos. other than that light rain down to the south. suffolk county into cape may we're seeing light rain falling. more rain immediately to the south. that's offshore. it's really the weather system offshore southeast that's going to be moving up later today, all that moisture from the south. this is future weather as we do through the next few hours, 10:00 a.m. still mostly dry. just rain to our south. then this afternoon there you see more rain moving up for new jersey and delaware. that's 4:00 p.m. temperatures only in the low 40s. going to be cold with this rain coming in. 10:00 tonight look what happens. going to be cold enough for change over, snow in and delaware, edging up spot philadelphia area pi 10:00 p.m. overnight that snow still falling. 4:00 in the morning. this model uped, too. 4:00 in the morning we could still see that snow in new jersey and delaware. even by 7:00 a.m., 9:00 in the morning, we could see it continuing for much of new jersey and delaware and tapering off through the rest of the day. so as far as totals are
concerned, maybe a couple inches in new jersey, delaware. that snow edging up into the philadelphia area and for the morning commute the best chance of that snow still lingering would be in new jersey and delaware but of course we'll be keeping a very eye on it. the models continuing to update every hour with text a exactly is going to be happening with this moisture. we'll have to watch it. the main part of the storm is going to be offshore of that's why some parts of the area could be on the edge of it. today mostly cloudy and cold rain, snow later tonight, most occurring in new jersey and delaware but nudging into the area, low 40s. most of your sunday we'll stay dry and most of your monday we'll be dry, too. the best chance for precip early in the morning. sticking to roads in some areas. you could be seeing slick spots for morning drive. sunny for most of the week, sunday's thursday and rain returns on friday. good morning, i'm danny
pommels from comcast sports net. villanova looking for a case of deja vu in the big dance. >> reporter: this is the moment villanova seniors have been waiting for. this is their last chance to get to the sweet 16. they have been sent home early the last two years and they have heard all the questions about that. it is time for them to answer. >> everyone has the right to ask, they can do that, it's definitely something we would not want to answer, rather not answer, until we get past this round. >> we feel this could be our last game. we could be playing our last game in a villanova jersey. the tension has just risen. >> we all want to get over that hump but it's not going to be easy. we have a great opponent in iowa. so you know, i think if we are able to, the biggest relief would be to not answer the questions anymore.
>> hopefully we can go out there and play villanova basketball for 40 minutes. hopefully that's good enough to win. if not, there's no you're in that. we'll go out with pride nothi nothing -- knowing we went out our way. >> we've done this before. what's the worst outcome, we've lost. it didn't kill us. let's go have fun preparing for it and give it everything we've got and enjoy playing in the game. >> never have a problem having fun. they are loose. >> a nice moment with jay wright and iowa coach mccaffrey who was a philly guy and played at penn. villanova will have to go through iowa to reach their first sweet 16 in seven years. at the barclays center in brooklyn, i'm john clark. for comcast sports net. last second win over cincinnati, st. joe's takes on top seeded organization in spokane washington. they are looking forward to answering this duck call. >> i think it's really exciting
playing an elite team, we've seen guys multiple times getting out and playing a team you never played before, it kind of shows where we line up. like a test for us. i think we've already passed that test. saturday was rough day for flyers lost ground to red wings for final wild card spot, three back. voracek back with the penguins after missing nine games with a lower body injury. that's all that went right with the flyers. he was supposed to start in that. participated but didn't play. he, quote, wasn't feeling right. chris was feeling right. second period, goes wide but ends up in the back of the net. off the board, off the skate and in. take however you can get them. that kind of afternoon for the flyers they fall 4-1. that is your look at sports. i'm danny pommels from comcast sports net.
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fans misbehaving and not just what happened at nbc sports net. ugly comments hurled at local high school games. >> i've covered a lot of high school sports. you know, you hear all kinds of things. but this one in particular was particularly unnerve to me because of what was said, because of how it was said. >> that plus a temple professor shared his insight and experience working with a man who could be the next u.s. supreme court justice. that's coming up at 11:30 right after "meet the press" on nbc 10. 6:57. today it's tournament time. round two for a pair of philadelphia area schools. nbc 10's pamela osborne is live on hawk hill following the excitement. pam. >> good morning. we spent the night catching up with fans, some getting on a bus to head to new york to check out that game. we'll have their predictions coming up. a cold start to your spring because today is officially the
>> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. >> we are off to a cold start to spring. the season has changed over but it won't feel like it today. plus we're tracking some snow and rain creeping towards our area. campaign trail chaos. the rowdy rallies continue for donald trump, this time in arizona. the threat continued against his family, including one relative with a philadelphia connection. plus tournament time for villanova and st. joe's. the local teams set sights on sweet 16. we'll break second round action in the big dance. good morning, everyone. to "nbc 10 news today." i'm ted greenberg. thanks for being with us. it's 7:00 a.m. sunday morning. we've seen a lot of changes in the past few days the path of winter weather heading our way on the first day of spring. meteorologist sheena parveen