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it's a first alert weather day with a stormy start. hail, lightning and downed trees all left behind after a wild night of weather. wind conditions. a live look outside where flags are really blowing at ttetoat tf the building in center city. the calendar may say spring but it feels like winter. 'nova nation on top of the world after crushing oklahoma. now onto the championship game tomorrow night. live in houston as the wildcats prepare for their most important game in decades. good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary connors, 7:00 on
sunday. it is a first alert day which means we will be focusing on severe weather. rain and wind overnight left its mark on our region. take a look. part of this big tree fell in lower merion township. plenty cleanup here on lincoln park drive. let's get to michelle grossman. michelle, there's a warning in effect as well. >> we have a high wind warning. the storm came through last night. thunder, lightning, hail, very gusty winds. we have a potential for more damage as we head through the next several hours. the sky doesn't look too bad, mix of sun and clouds. can you see camera moving through. camera with winds in place, winds whipping near 50 miles per hour at times. high wind warning. winds right from the northwest, right from canadaish so a cold air. 29 in philadelphia, 25 in mount
pocono, 23 miles per hour in wildwood. those are sustained. these are gusts we're experiencing across the area. winds gusting to 47 miles per hour in wilmington, 44 miles per hour in mount pocono, 40 miles an hour in lancaster. the problem in place, wet grounds from the rain that moved through, storms that moved through and trees that are blossoming. worry for trees coming down, power lines coming down, additional power outages across the area. cold air place, 38 in philadelphia, 23 mount pocono 39 in wildwood. monique braxton has been out all morning checking out damage. cold, snow, you have your hat on and looking at damage across the area. hey, monique. >> reporter: hey, good morning to you. in the past hour we've seen a burst of snow anderson intense wind moving through mayfair where we are right now. i can tell you 55,000 customers from northern delaware to south jersey don't have power right
now but crews are trying to get to you. look behind me now. if you're just waking up and joining us, 600 block of princeton where a tree came crashing down on a car narrowly missing other cars. an hour ago, this is what we saw watching amazed and snow blowing through mayfair. it moved quickly, though. overnight an nbc 10 viewer sent this video of hail near atlantic city. one resident managed to pick up hail to share with us thau for that. conshohocken, neighbors moorehead wake up to a tree crashing down on this car. our cameras captured this at athens and cricket avenue. you see the roadways being cleared, it is the time of year trees are blooming. howling wind in chester county,
pikeland, a large tree that couldn't stand up to the forceful wind. we've been receiving video and pictures overnight. we're going to try to share as many of them as we can with you this morning and keep you abreast of when you may have power if you lost it while you were sleeping. live in mayfair, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. all right. thanks for that, monique. we just found out this morning's get your rear in gear walk was canceled. the event was scheduled to begin at the museum in philadelphia to raise money to fight colon cancer. organizers sent out a message on their facebook page saying they decided to cancel due to the weather. if you see damage in your neighborhood from windy conditions, please send a video on the nbc 10 app or do it through nbc10.com. the app is a free download to your smartphone or tablet. very happy jay wright heads
off the coach after leading villanova wildcats to a history making win over sooners. they are now going to the final game of the ncaa championship series hoping to claw their way to this first national title since 1985. the countdown is on to the ncaa championship. we are less than one day, about 14 hours away from the tip-off set for 9:19 monday night. villanova takes on the north carolina tar heels. villanova's march to victory is an all-time best. wildcats are going to this national title game after record setting game last night. you're looking at wildcats leaving the floor in houston after they demolished oklahoma by 44 points. they had a pretty big lead at halftime. 'nova will play north carolina for the championship tomorrow night as we mentioned. nbc's matt delucia live in houston. matt, you couldn't contain the excitement there in houston. i mean, i had to watch it here
in philly but you could see how pumped fans were throughout the entire game. >> yeah, i was there right behind villanova students section. i can tell you pure excitement throughout the entire game especially in the second half when they really opened up that lead. some of these fans spent a small fortune to be here this weekend, $1,000 plane tickets, hotel rooms, just to name a couple things. but they got to see that game and now they are looking ahead to tomorrow night. >> this is what it looked like after villanova beat oklahoma by 44 points, something that does not happen at all. in fact, that was the biggest margin of victory in final four history. it's been 31 years since the last national championship for the wildcats and they are feeling good about one more. >> great to be on campus here. when we saw they were up by 40 i
canceled all my flights home tomorrow and we're staying until tuesday. so excited. >> six villanova players scored double digits last night. very impressive. that is the kind of momentum they will need to keep up against north carolina. the national championship game will happen right here at nrg stadium. already hearing about villanova watch parties in town and elsewhere in the country. 'nova nation is ready for a national title. live in houston this morning, i'm matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> can't script this. thanks. you can imagine, villanova campus is where you find unbridled joy following wildcats win. hundreds if not thousands of students and alumni poured into the quad when 'nova wrapped things up in houston. we were there as fans watched on big screens exploded into a frenzy. they are now getting psyched for a championship game for the time in 31 years. villanova did it in kentucky.
>> i think it's electric. i think this energy and this excitement, they will remember this for the rest of their lives. >> let's go, baby. >> there were a few fans that got too excited. police made half a dozen arrest, most for disorderly conduct. they also blocked off traffic where fans swarmed the streets around campus. you can count on nbc 10 to get you ready for championship with a live one-hour special. keith jones, matt delucia live in houston, the buzz from 'nova nation. starts 7:00 tomorrow night right here on nbc 10. 7:08 on this sunday. a return to normal. brussels takes a big step forward almost two weeks after the terror kwiatkowski. we'll tell you about the changes that are coming for travelers who are heading to belgium. a test flight goes wrong for a local pilot. a scare that left him dangling and why he says he knew just what to do.
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29 miles per hour in philadelphia, 25 in mount pocono, 28 in dover. they are gusting higher than that. we're seeing winds gusting up to 47 miles per hour in northeast philadelphia, wildwood, wilmington, 49 in lancaster, up to 44 in mount pocono. you add in the cold, we're looking at temperatures feels like february. feels like the teens across the area. air temperature 33 in mount pocono, 32 in lancaster, 38 atlantic city, 39 wildwood. factor in winds, feels like single digits in mount pocono, reading, lancaster, 26 in philadelphia. as we go through the rest of the day keep it cold. 38 by 9:00, lunch time 41 and really only getting to a high of 45. cold today. we're tracking several chances for cold weather this week and several chances for rain. we'll talk more about that coming up. not only are we tracking weather we're tracking villanova's big win.
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quarter after 7:00 on sunday. can you see turbines whipping out there in south philly. that's because we've got the wind to deal with this morning. 37 degrees outside and a warning is in effect. meteorologist michelle gross man will have details later on in the newscast. march to victory for 'nova nation. wildcats headed to national
championship game for the first time in decades. john clark of comcast sports net spoke to the players right after last night's big. villanova is the under dog. championship game, 1.5 points to north carolina and that's the way 'nova loves it. 'nova has more wins as an underdog in ncaa history. this is perfect for them. they are shooting epic percentage in ncaa tournament. they are going in close to 60% in the title game. no other team shot better since they expanded the field in '85. oh, by the way, '85, that is when villanova won their only national championship. the special thing about this team is after they beat oklahoma by a record 44 points, they said one more and humble and hungry, no celebration. >> we're not celebrating. we told each other at the end of the game we have a lot of work to do. we still get better. the rest of tonight and tomorrow are going to be big days for us. >> we've got one more game, you know. we're focused and ready to go. going to watch some film
tonight, get ready to go for monday. >> what would you say your mood is? >> i'm in awe, recapping the game in my head. it's just crazy how dialed in we were defensively, how focused we were and strong and tough offensively. it's just -- it's crazy. >> reporter: jay wright told us after the win this may not have happened a month ago. his team is playing the best defense he's ever seen them play. he said it's not always the best team that wins the ncaa tournament, it is the hottest. and no one is hotter than the cats. i'm john clark in houston, texas, for comcast sports net. >> no better way to put it. count on nbc 10 to get you ready for the championship with a live one hour special tomorrow night. keith jones, john clark and matt delucia will all be live in houston, the buzz from 'nova nation. they have you covered. starts 7:00 tomorrow night right here nbc 10.
well, a local pilot has quite a story to tell this morning after a crash landing. his plane went down. these pictures show the plane flipped upside down. the pilot said he built the plane himself. yesterday was a test flight. this is what happened after takeoff from the airport, the engine failed. he explained after he got the plane on the, the wheels got caught in tall grass and caused the plane to flip over. he tells us he practiced for situations like this one. >> flying along, engine stopped and you pick out a field to land. these people keep fields nice so it was easy calm under pressure. he has more than a decade of flying experience and the crash will not stop him from continuing his hobby. overseas today the airport in brussels is partially open
for the first time since the terror attacks there on march 22nd. the airport is handling a limited number of flights right now. meantime belgian police and military screening all vehicles on the access road away from the airport. only tibeted passengers allowed into the temporary check-in area. isis took credit for the attack last month that killed 35 people and injured 300 others. now your nbc 10 weather. >> we have gusty thunderstorms that came through overnight. brought some hail, thunder, lightning, some damaging winds. we're continuing to see those winds early this morning. we'll see those winds at least through the lunchtime hours. not as gusty. potential for damaging winds exists over the next couple of hours. feels like february. in addition to winds we have cold air place and feels like teens in some spots. we also have snow in some spots. looks like february, feels like february. outside 38 degrees.
winds out of the northwest at 29 miles per hour. 19 degrees colder compared to this time yesterday. you will definitely feel the difference as you step out. high wind warning, the pink color. winds to 35 miles per hour but gusting higher than that. look at winds now. winds gusting to 47 miles per hour. right now in northeast philadelphia, 52 mile-per-hour wind gust in atlantic city gusting 44 mount pocono and 49 miles per hour in lancaster. definitely hearing that wind outside. outside looking from your window skies not too bad. a mixture of sun and clouds. we'll see mores as we go through the morning hours. clouds build in before rain arrives monday. some snow in some spots, wind bringing down snow. we have an inch of snow in parts of poconos, higher north of 78. right now we're just seeing a little snow shower activity, so don't be surprised if you do see some of the white stuff. currently at 38 degrees in philadelphia, 23 in mount pocono, 33 reading, 38 in
atlantic city. you factor in those blustery winds feels colder than that. feels like 7, reading and lancaster and 26 in millville. head out this morning, cold and windy throughout the day. clouds build in, another chance for snow north and west of the city mainly in the poconos early on monday morning. otherwise clouds throughout the day and looking at a rainy monday afternoon. bring the umbrella later monday. clouds dissipate on tuesday, sunshine returns, so does the cold air. we're not going to get out of the 40s once again on tuesday. 40s today as well, very windy. 43 to 46, winds out of the northwest at 25 to 35 miles per hour but gusting closer to 60. that's what we're seeing right now. 45 today, 0 tomorrow, clouds build in, rise in the afternoon, takes over the area. then cold air on tuesday, 45 wednesday, mostly sunny cool and breezy 52. thursday another round of rain, certainly cloudy, 61. cooler wind friday 52 then back to the 40s with a pretty gusty
wind on saturday. 7:21 on this sunday, lead is a threat that could be lurking in your home. >> as the door closes up against the doorjamb, releases lead dust. >> our living with lead dust continues. an expert offers tips for parents on how to find sources of lead poisoning and how to get rid of them.
in their ongoing series nbc 10 investigators have been helping you understand the dangers of living with lead. today nbc 10's mitch blocker gives parents four things they can do to prevent lead poisoning in their children. >> rick french has been finding for more than a decade with the philadelphia health department. >> this is something you want to make sure stays nice and clean. >> reporter: he says there are
four ways can you prevent lead poisoning. first, learn the facts. lead is most dangerous for kids under six and for pregnant women. second, know where to find the lead. >> clean as soon as possible, if not daily, a couple times a week. >> reporter: most kids are poisoned in their own home. >> especially little kids. >> reporter: french points to what he called friction surfaces such as windows and doors. third, he said diet matters. >> kids with a poor diet can be affected more. >> foods with calcium, vitamin c c, and iron can help keep lead out of the body. >> as this door closes, creating lead dust even though we don't see it. again, kids spend most of their time on the floor. finally, get your kids tested. your pediatrician can do a simple blood test. it's the only way to know if your child has lead poisoning. most kids don't look or act sick. the symptoms show up as learning or social.
fror french, education is his best tool to solve the lead crisis. >> what is the number one thing parents should know about protecting from lead poisoning. >> it's 100% preventible. >> if you're wondering if you have lead in your home, think about when it's built or remodeled, if before 1978 you're very likely living with lead. the entire series living with lead right now. for investigators i'm mitch blocker, nbc 10 news. it's 6:27 sunday morning and 7:27 sunday, 27 degrees outside. whether you just got on the bandwagon or following them all season long, doesn't matter. plenty to celebrate for villanova fans. matt delucia is live in houston. >> they are still celebrating this morning rosemary, especially because it's the largest point margin in final four history. setting records and making history. we're doing to have fan reaction coming up right after this break.
what an amazing game. we had an amazing night weather wise. gusty thunderstorms moved through with damaging winds. continue, see winds whipping near 52 miles per hour in some spots. a live look outside, a mixture of sun and clouds, even snow showers. we'll talk about the weather today and tracking 40s in seven-day. we'll talk about that coming up.
>> announcer: this is nbc 10 news first alert weather. dangerous winds lead to nbc 10 first alert weather day. here is a live look at the turbine at lincoln national field in philly. wind gusts could reach up to 50 miles an hour this morning. check this out. a viewer sent us this video of hail pelting their yard.
it was part of a nasty storm system that brought down trees and power lines. you know what that means, we have power outages to report. plus victories for villanova. competition in houston. reaction from the players and fans. good morning. welcome back to "nbc 10 news today." thanks for being with us. i'm rosemary connors. just after 7:30 on sunday. meteorologist michelle grossman tracking whipping winds and chilly temperatures this morning. feeling more like winter than spring, michelle. >> feels like winter, looks like winter. some snow squalls, up onto an inch of snow in the poconos. yes, feels and looks like winter. going to feel like that later this afternoon as well. a live look outside not looking like baseball weather. a mix of sun and clouds. a mix of sun and clouds throughout the day before rabe arrives monday. right now the big story this morning high winds. we're under a high wind warning until lunchtime. that's because we have a potential to see more damaging winds. right now winds gusting to 47
miles per hour in northeast dell, up to 52 miles per hour in atlantic city. 49 miles per hour in lancaster and 49 mount pocono. you add in the cold temperatures mainly in the 20s and 30s. 38 in philadelphia, 33 mount pocono. right above freezing in reading 33 and temperatures upper 30s, southeast atlantic city, 38 in dover. you factor in winds i was talking about, feels colder than it is. feels like 7 in mount pocono on april 3rd. feels like 19 in reading and feels like 26 in philadelphia. we're going to continue to track damaging winds and the impact it could have across the area. it did impact our area last night. nbc's monique braxton in the area where there's cleaning up to do. hi, monique. >> you got that right. in the past two hours we've seen snowfall, also feeling intense wind. last check between 50 and 60,000 folks across our area don't have power this morning. so there's a lot of work ahead
for this sunday morning. look over my shoulder. the light of day is giving everyone an opportunity to assess wind damage here in the 600 block of princeton avenue we found trees wind brought down onto a car narrowly missing other cars. this was a scene a short time ago an nbc 10 viewer sent this video of hail overnight. just before sunrise we also watched snow move through mayfair. we found several communities feeling the brunt of mother nature overnight. in conshohocken, our camera captured a tree in morehead. from there lower merion, athens to cricket avenue. you see the roadway cleared by a public utility crew. it is the time of year when trees are blooming. when you have these winds, everything is falling to the
street. howling wind left its mark in chester county. we found a closure near cole street and merlin in pikeland all due to a large tree that could not stand up against the force of mother nature. now, for the rest of the day, we're doing to talk to folks as they clean up and get an update from all the power companies so that you know when the lights will be back on in your home. live for now in mayfair, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> all right, monique. as she mentioned, we do have some power outages to report this morning. these are the latest numbers. peco tells us more than 40,000 customers in pennsylvania have no power right now with more than half of those outages in bucks county. ppl says more than 5,000 customers in the park. pse&g says 6,000 people have no power. ac with 500, about00 in n 600 i
newcastle. send pictures to nbc 10 app. if you have trees that have come down we'd like to see it. you can also get forecasts and weather alerts. villanova's march to victory. all time best wildcats heading to national game after record setting romp in the final four. you're looking at wildcats leaving the floor in houston after they crushed oklahoma by 44 points. quite a turnaround from their matchup with oklahoma in december. 'nova moves on and plays north carolina tomorrow night. nbc 10's matt delucia live in houston where fans won't be returning to work or school until at least tuesday, matt. >> no, not at all, rosemary. you just mentioned it. true villanova fans will remember the game. a few months villanova against
oklahoma but oklahoma won by 23 points. this is a game of revenge if there ever was one. the folks here enjoyed every minute of it. >> let's go 'nova! >> reporter: celebration continued into the night as fans left nrg stadium. many fans felt hopeful for a win but they did not expect this. >> unbelievable. it was a little shocking. oklahoma is a great team. we just had the mojo tonight. they couldn't stop us. >> reporter: how about this, facts about the game. 44 margin of victory the largest in history. 'nova made shots, best since
1985 'nova title team in 1985. that would be number one there. 95 points is the most scored in the final four since 2003. looking ahead, coach jay wright said the team has to continue to be dialed in and try to get one more win tomorrow night. live in houston i'm matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> a lot on the line. thank, matt. count on nbc 10 to get you ready for the championship with a live one-hour special tomorrow night. keith johnny, john clark and matt delucia will all be live in houston. they will have all the buzz from 'nova nation, a preview of the big game. it starts at 7:00 tomorrow night right here on nbc 10. new from overnight nbc 10 is there the instant a car burst into flames philadelphia. take a look. nbc 10 photo journalist was filming a car fire on roosevelt boulevard in east falls when flames engulfed the vehicle.
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in decision 2016, days away from contest for the wisconsin primary. donald trump and after taking two days of a. he and with sarah palin at an event in racine. he criticized a wide range of politicians, ted cruz, john kasich, hillcrest and president obama. meantime anti-protesters held a peaceful protest. polls show bernie sanders leading hillary clinton. both candidates attended founders day gala in milwaukee last night. meantime haggling goes on over a possible debate before the new york primary later on this month. both camps say they are hoping
for an agreement in the future. coming up at 10:30 on "meet the press," an exclusive interview with hillary clinton. in just a few minutes from now we'll check in with moderator chuck todd for a preview. villanova goes wild after wildcats beat oklahoma in the biggest blowout in final four history. hear from jay wright and the players next.
at 7:45 on sunday, nbc 10 is following breaking news. we're live on the scene of a church in cumberland county. this is mount pleasant united methodist church in millville. the blaze broke out at 5:30 this morning. you can see crews on the scene. it appears as though they knocked down most of the flames but i'm sure they are patrolling for hot spots and making sure it doesn't flair up considering wind is strong. i'm sure it's a factor. no reports of any injuries at this point but we will keep you posted. be sure to stay with us here on the air and online as well as on the nbc 10 app for updates.
good morning to you i'm danny pommels from comcast sports net. villanova didn't just beat oklahoma in their final four game, the wildcats annihilated sooners. josh hart wide open for the three. sports net break. second half. look at this, kris jenkins, touchdown for mikal bridges, the bang and the bucket. ryan arcidiacono with the trifecta. part of a 25-0 run. wildcats win by 44-95-41. shot almost 72% for the game. villanova will play north carolina for the national title on monday. >> it's amazing. definitely a dream come true. we have to stay humble and hungry and keep doing the things that got us here. last national championship game. hopefully come out on top. >> to play in a national championship game. tell us how sweet it is. >> it's really cool, very humbling, man. again, it's not being the best
team, it's being hot at this time. we all feel so blessed to be here. >> john clark on the scene for us in houston. meanwhile flyers continue their effort to grab playoff spot including saturday's game. just six games remain in the regular season. big game for the wayne train. wayne simmonds, number 17. second series flyers power play, voracek. his shot. deflection. 1-0. another power play. another goal by simmonds. his 28th. also an assist, three-point game for him. flyers win 3-2 and are one point ahead of the bruins for the second wild card. sixers meanwhile looking to snap an 11-game slot against patriots team trying to make playoff. third quarter, look at this. down the lane. oh, my, a facial for myles turner. 24-3 run to end the quarter for sixers. too many turnovers for this one. eight in the fourth quarter alone. sixers lose their 12th straight, 115-102.
we go to the ball yard. bottom nine, phillies down 5-3 facing the team. banks it off the top of the wall. two-run score. tied at five. next batter, cesar hernandez gets just enough of this one, shallow left. that ball is in for the game winning run. phillies win 6-5. games start to count monday in cincinnati. that is your look at sports. i'm danny pommels from comcast sports net. now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. gusty thunderstorms move through overnight. we had hail, heavy rain, winds. continuing to see winds early today into the lunch time hour. still windy this afternoon. gusty winds we're seeing this morning. potential for damaging winds this morning continues over next several hours. in addition to winds it is cold, feels like february, seeing windchills in the single digits in some spots. even snow falling in some spots, snow showers moving through. otherwise looking at a mixture
of sun and clouds, some spots brighter than others, 38 in philadelphia, winds out of the northwest at 29 miles per hour. that's sustained winds. winds gusting 40 in philadelphia. 19 colder compared to this time yesterday. there's that high wind warning across the area until lunch time when you see winds potentially gusting to 60 miles per hour. winds gusting 52 miles per hour in atlantic city, 49 mile-per-hour wind gust in lancaster and up to 44 miles per hour in mount pocono. certainly you're feeling that. look on social media, that's what everyone is talking about. high winds across the area. outside mixture of sun and clouds, sunny skies so looks nice. a couple of snow squalls, snow showers across the area. see that on radar, northwesterly flow bringing in snow showers. don't be surprised if you see some of the white stuff falling. current temperatures right around 38 in philadelphia, so it's cold. right above freezing mark allentown, pottstown, freezing mark in lancaster, 23 in mount pocono. south and east upper 30s.
38 in atlantic city, 38 in dover and 39 in wildwood. you factor in winds, feels a lot colder than that. feels like 7 in mount pocono, teens in reading and lancaster, 26 in philadelphia. windchill in millville is 26. weather throughout the day here it's going to be cold and windy. a blustery day. bundle up as you head out. temperatures 45 degrees. clouds wake up to a few showers, maybe even snow showers in the poconos once again then clouds build in on monday bringing chance for some rain later on in the afternoon, this is a look around 5:00. so getting home from school and work around 5:00, contending with rain showers. tuesday sunshine returns but also temperatures in the 40s once again. so we're kind of up and down this week in terms of temperatures, sky cover today, a mixture of sun and clouds out of here in the next couple of hours. still windy this afternoon just not the wind gusts we're seeing now.
43, 46, 45 philadelphia later this afternoon. tuesday sunshine returns. look at those temperatures. right back to the mid-40s with breeze in place, feel like upper 30s to 40s. still a cold day wednesday, mostly sunny skies 52. milder on thursday but need the umbrella once again. friday mostly cloudy, 52, back to 40s on saturday with winds gusting near 40 miles per hour. we'll be right back. we'll see you in a moment, a live "the interview" view with chuck todd "meet the press." a preview of show coming up. ♪ we buy any car dot com ♪
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now to our decision 2016 coverage. wisconsin is neck on the presidential primary parade. so will the front-runner still be the big cheese tuesday? it's the focus of nbc's "meet the press" this morning. that's what they are going to be talking about. joining us now for a preview is moderator of "meet the press" chuck todd. good morning, chuck. >> good morning, rosemary. >> donald trump had a week to forget to say the least. we have allegations of battery against his campaign manager, controversial remarks on abortion and nuclear weapons and down in some polls. trump need his waterloo in wisconsin? what's going on here? >> we'll find out he's been here before. bad week, controversial things. republicans thinking this is the time they are going to stop him
and then lucy pulls the football away and charlie brown fails to kick it again. it could be different this time. we've not seen what happens when trump has a bad week it's followed by a loss in a primary. usually the primaries serve to bail him out of this problem. so what will the anti-trump -- i've talked to a lot of republicans who don't want trump but afraid to confront him publicly. after-of- if he loses in wisconsin double digits does it make them more comfortable to come out against him. more comfortable to use the convention as the tool to stop him. i think it does. that's why trump has so much at stake wednesday. >> chuck, you have inclusive one-on-one with hillary clinton. polls show she and donald trump are trailing in wisconsin. will this primary on tuesday be the one that puts bernie sanders and ted cruz for this matter on the fasttrack? >> for sanders it's an opportunity to reset the race a
little bit. he's behind. it's hard to imagine how he can find the delegates to get to the point where he can make this a contested convention in philadelphia when all is said and done. but a double digit win suddenly can give sanders momentum. new york is two weeks later. if he pulls the upset in new york as well, back-to-back with wisconsin, that's how you reset a race. that's how you reset a narrative. that's how suddenly questions become asked about what's wrong with hillary clinton's campaign. that's what she has at stake. if she can win in wisconsin, pull the upset, it's done. we're not talking about bernie sanders. we won't be talking about bernie sanders candidacy that much if somehow he doesn't win on tuesday. so for clinton it's about not just she just had to avoid getting blown out on tuesday. >> all right. chuck todd, moderator of "meet the press." thanks for being with us. >> thanks. >> once again chuck will have exclusive interview with democratic front-runner hillary clinton on's "meet the press." that comes your way this morning at 10:30 right here on nbc 10.
today we're also watching the weather. i have to say i have not -- it's not that i have not noticed this. i've seen it out of the corner of eye this wind knocking camera around. >> we're protected in here. we don't hear the wind. social media everyone talking about it. my girlfriend texted me. it's crazy. winds are whipping. you can see from the camera shot the blowing around. winds gusting 40 miles an hour millville, 36 miles per hour in dover. this is going to continue over the next several hours. we have the potential for some damaging conditions, power lines coming down. additional power outages the ones who already had. 37 right now in philadelphia. cold start in allentown, 31 lancaster, 37 in wildwood. it's a cold afternoon, only 45 degrees. >> going to be one of those days to stay inside and put the yard work off for another weekend. >> right. that's going to do it for us for now. michelle grossman and i will see you back here at 9:00.
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good morning. winter in april. the northeast getting pounded this morning by that big storm that rolled across the country. >> i started screaming and yelling, oh, my god. >> high winds, heavy rain, even snow in some places. temperatures plunging to 20 degrees below normal today from boston to the big apple. and this new blast of wintry weather isn't over yet. dylan's tracking it all. trump's apology? a rare mea culpa from the republican front-runner about the picture of ted cruz's wife he retweeted and it comes after a very bad week for him and the potential of a big loss in wisconsin. we're live on the campaign trail. philly flans flying. a frightening scene when an escalator went out of control, fans