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a full dill fami-- philadel family in mourning after a 4-year-old shot and killed, the 5-year-old brother got ahold of the boyfriend's gun. a blaze broke out at an apartment complex this morning we're finding out who is helping families who lost everything. you'll definitely need a jacket if you're heading out early this morning. still chilly outside as we take a live look over center city. we will be warming up to pleasant weather. guess what, this isn't even the best of it. you'll definitely like first alert forecast. good morning, welcome back to "nbc 10 news today." thanks for being with us. i'm rosemary connors at 6:00 sunday. meteorologist sheena parveen has
new neighborhood weather. it's a detailed forecast. sheena, the best part about it, you can always get seven-day. >> you always have seven-day scrolling at the bottom of the screen. if you haven't noticed it yet no matter where you are new jersey, pennsylvania or delaware, that seven-day forecast is always at the poem of the screen so you'll never miss it. we used to have one seven-day forecast for philadelphia but as we know the weather is not the same from the lehigh valley to the shore, so we have different forecast for the area. we also have a more specific forecast for your neighborhood so that is another thing. you can check the temperature no matter where you live. let's look at the temperatures across the area. we're mostly in the 30s north and west of philadelphia, parts of delaware, 46 in philadelphia. so we're dealing with patchy frost this morning. delaware neighborhood you see a little patchy fog marm any hills, greeneville 47, odessa 42. middle town 41. a little farther south of kent county, even parts of sussex county, lincoln coming in at 35.
closer to the beaches, lewis, delaware, 46, a little farther inland like dover and harrington, you're in the upper 30s. greenwood coming in at 37 degrees. that's your neighborhood temperatures currently. as we go through the afternoon if you are in delaware, right now mostly in the upper 30s in delaware. by 9:00 low 50s. plenty of sunshine. might still want the light jacket by then. by noon today temperatures in the low 60s. then we're going to keep on warming up as we go through the afternoon. philadelphia as we go through the morning hours near 50 by 8:00 a.m., nice and sunny by 11:00 this morning right around 60 degrees. we continue warming through the afternoon, too. so warmer day than it was yesterday and a bigger warm-up as we go into tomorrow. i'll show you the rest of your weekend forecast and next seven days coming up. >> breaking news in philadelphia's kensington neighborhood. earlier this morning police in a standoff with a man who allegedly told someone he shot
someone. monique braxton live on the scene. monique, you just spoke with police. >> i spoke to chief inspector head of homeland security and s.w.a.t. officers. he told us right now a suspect he's been taken from 600 block of east westmoreland. the s.w.a.t. team and firefighters have cleared the scene. but this is still a very active investigation and here is why. police sources tell us inside the home are two men and one woman. some have gun wounds to their head, they are deceased inside east westmoreland. we're told one man was able to rundown the street. he's taken to a local hospital. in all four shot here in east westmoreland, three are deceased. homicide detectives on the way to the scene. we're told this incident began hours ago, about two hours ago, when shots rang out and residents began calling police. when police arrived, the gunman had barricaded himself inside
the home but he was on the phone with a 911 operator telling them he was armed with a shotgun and there was at least one dead person here with him inside. police have told us the gunman surrendered peacefully and he has been taken down to homicide to be questioned. now, we're going to continue to stay here on the scene, monitor the investigation. but right now homicide detectives are on their way here to continue their work. we'll keep you posted as we get information. live for now from kensington, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> thank you for that update, monique. a philadelphia family is in mourning after the death of a 4-year-old girl. police believe her 5-year-old sibling shot her with a gun belonging to their mother's boyfriend. right now that man is in custody. this all started in of a house on east mayfield street in kensington just before 2:30 yesterday afternoon. police say the 4-year-old girl was shot in the face by her sibling playing with the gun.
the gun was recovered. investigators took off. investigators say he surrendered to police late last night. now, to news from our south jersey bureau, this fire destroyed four units at an apartment complex. only one minor injury to report. that's the good news. fire department called to west branch avenue and pine hill right around 9:00 last night. they rescued several people from the building. everybody got out safely. the american red cross is now helping the families whose homes were destroyed. meantime investigators are looking into a cause. the cycling community is calling for action from harrisburg following hit-and-run crash in west philadelphia. the bicycle is in extremely critical condition after a car hit him and then took off. yesterday morning we show you this video from the scene at 45th and market street, when we first told you about the story. the bicycle coalition said the
crash shows need for speed radar police, red light cameras. police issued a statement saying we hope state moves forward on relevant legislation before another cyclist is injured. quick heads up, a report of a man as an officer. pulled over by a man in an unmarked car and siren. the man reportedly identified himself as a police officer. the car is believed to be a goldford crown victoria possibly with new jersey plates. you see it on the screen s80-aux. the clock is ticking if you have not finished taxes. procrastinators, this is for you. tomorrow is the deadline. normal deadline is changed because friday was emancipation day in washington, d.c. here is the deal, the irs doesn't enforce deadline if
april 15th falls on a legal holiday or weekend. if you still need more time beyond tomorrow, you can request a six-month extension. but keep in mind that's only for filing. you still have to pay what you owe. according to irs the fastest way to file is through their free filing. you can request extension through a paid tax preparer. pope francis stepped into the heart of the refugee crisis. next we'll tell you about the gesture he made to help migrants try to escape fighting in syria. we're going to get relief for mishaps up to 12 hours. later the topical marijuana that's supposed to relieve pain especially for women. do health experts think it's all it's cracked up to be. that's coming up. narrator: looking out for wall street ceos -
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temperatures as we go through the afternoon today, they are going to be much nicer. yesterday warmer through part of the area, too. here is a look at high temperatures for today. you can already see in a lot of our cameras, the sun is coming up and skies are very clear. also don't forget with new neighborhood weather right at the bottom of the screen, that's the seven-day forecast. not just one seven-day forecast but whether you're in the lehigh valley, philadelphia area, south jersey along the shore or in delaware, we have a forecast catered to your area. you're always going to see that seven-day at the poem of the screen and always see neighborhood temperatures. this afternoon through lehigh valley 75 and sunny. if you're in south jersey, we'll see a lot of sunshine today. temperatures in the upper 60s. sunny through suburbs in pennsylvania, low 70s. then we go into the philadelphia area, 73, delaware coming in around 73 today. it's going to be a very nice day. through the overnight hours last night and early this morning, we have some 30 degree temperatures, patchy frost in
the suburbs this morning, too. so the overnight chill is still with us this morning. so you might want a light jacket before you head out today. you're not going to want the jacket this afternoon, the 70s like i showed you. tomorrow an even bigger warm-up, show you that forecast straight ahead. >> see you then. thanks, sheena, 11 minutes after 6:00. the campus of st. christopher's hospital for children, a new look. the hospital celebrate the opening of the modern new critical care tower with an old-fashioned block party yesterday. house a new neo-natal, expanded gym for physical and occupational therapies and a chapel. in delaware county students at springfield high school raised more than $237,000 by dancing the weekend away. the 14th annual marathon started on friday night.
students dance for 15 hours. i think the video we're watching may be like hour 13. they all did it to raise money and awareness for childhood cancer research. congrats to them. crews have been very busy this week getting ready for 120th running of the boston marathon. next what the city is doing this year to make sure tomorrow's big race steps off smoothly.
runners are getting ready for one of the biggest races in the country, the boston marathon.m(police are making su are safe following the tragedy there three years ago. this year, tomorrow, security will be intense with an army of police first responders and plenty of surveillance. runners will finish on boylston street. that's the same place where pressure cooker bombs detonated
in 2013. three people were killed, hundreds hurt. dzhokhar tsarnaev sentenced to life, his brother was killed by police. this morning pope francis defending his position to bring a dozen syrian refugees to italy saying it has nothing to do with politics. invited three syrian families aboard papal claim as it left the greek island of lesbos. he insists purely humanitarian gesture. the homes had been bombed. border are closed to migrants. on the way to washington, d.c., will rally in support of president obama's deferred action initiative said to be heard by supreme court. make them exempt from work
permits if they need certain criteria, the ruling in june. relief on the way for thousands dealing with the led water crisis in flint, michigan. all things to the efforts of a philadelphia church. volunteers loaded up two eighteen-wheelers with bottled water, hand sanitizers and essentials. everything donated by the tabernacle church to be sent to flint. donations to the most vulnerable victims of the water crisis like the elderly and homeless. let's get a preview of what's ahead in business news. cnbc's children epperson. >> leading on oil and bidding on yahoo! all in the week ahead. it's a meeting about pushing up oil prices. opec nations, russia and other oil major oil producers holding a summit that could result in countries freezing output levels in hopes of putting a floor under the price of crude. what will become of yahoo!'s
website, preliminary widths due monday. yahoo! likely to make an offer and many others mentioned as possible suitors. if they win it would put verizon and yahoo! under same umbrella. morgan stanley and goldman sachs, mcdonald's as well as coca-cola. half will report results during the week. the economic calendar focuses on housing which march housing starts on tuesday and existing home sales on wednesday. i'm sharon epperson. get all your business news on cnbc. now to weather news. 17 minutes after 6:00 on sunday. we've got our neighborhood weather with meteorologist sheena parveen. sheena, you're in on a sunday? >> yes, i'm in on sunday because i love the neighborhood weather so much. actually, it's a lot of fun. we can interact with this giant monitor on the touchscreen and narrow into your area.
viewers had a lot to say about not being as specific. seeing county and city names and neighborhood. we have that for you now. aside from that we have multiple seven-day. pennsylvania, very different in the area. if you're along the shore, cool, ocean temperature at night. maybe not so cool, farther inland. very different weather. that's why we're doing this, to be more specific. as we go into the weekend -- sunday, it's already the weekend. as we go through this, it's going to be beautiful. we have a warming trend continue. a live look at center city, so skies are clear. we're seeing sunshine, philadelphia coming in at 46. some of our suburbs are in the 30s. this is that neighborhood weather we've been talking about. we're narrowing it down to each individual area and telling you your temperature. for example, unionville, 33 right now. most likely seeing patchy frost this morning.
34 gi 34, new hope 32, doylestown 33. we have some chilly spots this morning. you'll want the light jacket if you head out this afternoon probably not. going to be arm water day. south jersey neighborhoods oswego lakes 33 most likely patchy frost there. we still have frost advisory until 8:00 in the morning. we've seen that over the past several days. 35 voorhees, mount laurel, 33 moloka'i hill. 33 pensville. a little different with temperatures in the area, which is why we're giving you this forecast. look at princeton, 33, 33 in lumberton. take a look at pollen levels as we go through today. they are going to stay high again. if the pollen has been bothering you, you can expect that to continue with dry weather pattern. until we get rain, stays high, rain lowers it. as we go into the week, look, a
forecast with car wash, plenty of sunshine but if the pollen bothers your allergies, that's not going to happen any time soon. yeardley, 34 by 9:00, 49, by noon looks at that, already 61 degrees. it's going to be a warmer day than it was yesterday. tomorrow warmer. summerton, high 33, chestnut hill 73 and sun. very beautiful dry weather pattern to end the week. hopefully you can enjoy it. lehigh areas like bethlehem, low 70s. easton coming in the mid-70s today. for south jersey, mostly 70s. along the shore, though, temperatures more like mid to low 60s. cooler along the shore but in delaware most areas there will be in the low 70s. coming up we'll take a look at your ten-day forecast. yes, we have a ten-day forecast now straight ahead. >> perfect weather outside to get out and run. that's what thousands will be doing. they are preparing for a 10-k
this morning. here is a live look at the philadelphia museum of art. you see a few people gadd gathered there at the base of the steps. the donor dash will begin about 30 minutes at 7:00. also a 5k run and 3k walk. donor dash raises money to raise awareness about the need for tissue donation and how it can save lives. as medical marijuana will soon become legal in pennsylvania, some women are already turning to a certain form of the drug to help relieve cramps and migraines. some doctors say it might not be worth it. we'll have the details next. .
there's something out there on the market called topical marijuana which you put on your skin. it's become very popular with women. it's said to relieve symptoms like cramps and headaches. morgan went straight to the source to see what the buzz is all about. >> reporter: when you about marijuana, you usually think about people smoking or eating it. the newest trend focuses on women using marijuana infused lotions called topicals to treat period cramps, headaches and muscle soreness. mary's med icinals is one compay cashing in on the market. >> this is where you make everything you sell, the ceo. >> this actual marijuana. this is the hemp product. this is what goes into the gels and things women and men can use to relieve symptoms. >> what are we looking at. >> trans dermal patches. >> you pit it on the wrist and this is supposed to go into your veins? >> it will.
it will deliver to the bloodstream, symptom relief. >> reporter: unlike marijuana you smoke or eat, manufacturers say top calls are lower in thc, the part that gets you high, so you just benefit from pain and information relief. doctors say doesn't add up. >> marijuana needs to get into the brain to get the effect. unfortunately at this point there hasn't been enough research to show much getting in to have an effect. >> an ultramarathon runner would disagree. when she struggles with muscle pain she comes to get a mile high massage with marijuana lotion. >> use thc lotion as part of my performance training, part of my recovery. >> reporter: even stars like whoopi goldberg jumping into the market announcing her topical marijuana company announced to
help people with menstrual cramps. >> a topical cream. >> reporter: similar products already available in colorado where recreational marijuana is legal if you're over 21. >> okay. so like hash bag, how much is this? $15. >> make it affordable. after your first time you're going to be hooked. >> nbc's morgan radford reporting. demonstrators hit the streets of philadelphia for a march against violence this weekend. dozens gathered at progress plaza and made their way city hall. it promoted peace and communities keeping streets clean. researchers show when people keep their blocks clean crime philadelphia is a little bit cleaner today thanks to volunteers spending parts of the weekend revitalizing communities. spring cleanup. lasalle university students picking up trash near broad and
olney head of the run. they want to make sure the starting point is ready to go. speaking of the race, you can watch it in its entirety right here on nbc 10. also we should mention in strayberry -- strawberry mansion police pitched in. following breaking news out of philadelphia's kensington neighborhood. a deadly end following a standoff with police. monique braxton will join us after the break with a live update. sheena. >> rosemary, a beautiful end to the week. hopefully you'll get out and enjoy it. your neighborhood forecast so you know your neighborhood high temperature. that's coming up next. narrator: looking out for wall street ceos - that's
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barricaded inside a home came to a deadly end. we're live at the scene to explain this situation. a 4-year-old girl is dead after investigators believe her sibling shot her with a gun. now her mother's boyfriend is in custody. we'll have those details next. let's take a live look outside from the pocono mountains. a little bit of snow on the ground there. meteorologist sheena parveen tells us in mount pocono 32 degrees. guess what, we are going to warm up today. it's going to get even better tomorrow. good morning, welcome back to "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. thanks for being with us on sunday, 6:30. let's check in with meteorologist sheena parveen. she has our new neighborhood weather. good morning, sheena. >> good morning, rosemary. yes, your neighborhood weather. if you haven't seen it yet, we're able to zoom in your county, your township, your city, your area to give you your forecast. the seven-day forecast, remember, it is always scrolling at the bottom of the screen. it's not just one seven-day forecast, we have pennsylvania,
new jersey and delaware. if you're along the shore you'll see that forecast soon. so we're able to really narrow it in. that is part of the neighborhood weather. speaking of neighborhood weather, now we're zoom into lehigh valley. hopefully if you live in the areas you're able to see your city and town name. landon, patchy frost around, temperatures chilly in the mid-30s. cooks town 40 degrees, allentown, 37 degrees. patchy fog will continue for the next several hours, 34 whitehall township, 36 in bethlehem. the a chilly start to the day. here is how it will shape up in lehigh valley, light winds by 11:00 near 60 degrees, 1:00 p.m. mid-60s, by 3:00 p.m. already 70 degrees. low 70s by this afternoon. so gorgeous sunday for you. here is the rest of the area. if you're in philadelphia, 46 degrees right now, plenty of sun
coming up. 38 degrees in south jersey. some patchy frost in south jersey and looking at delaware. temperatures there about the upper 30s and still a chance of patchy frost through parts of delaware. coming up we'll take a look at the high temperatures for the rest of the area this afternoon. that ten-day forecast we're telling you about. >> thanks, sheena. we continue to follow breaking news in philadelphia's kensington section. detectives on the scene at a house where authorities tell us a man shot four people inside. monique braxton live on the scene as well. monique, you've been following this all morning long, taubing to inspectors there. we understand they have someone in custody. >> reporter: that's right. a gunman peacefully surrendered to police in east westmoreland. although firefighters left, it's an activity investigation. three people dead.
one person who was shot and got away was taken to a local hospital. moments ago police who assisted that victim showed us the door where the lone survivor collapsed. investigators say the incident began about 3:45 this morning. the gunman who shot at least four people barricaded himself inside the home. at one point he told the 911 operator he was armed with a shotgun and at least one person he shot was with him. when i asked the detectives, as well as the head of homeland security if the suspect is known to police, i was told yes. so about mid block from where i'm standing right now, can you see investigators are outside the home where the shootings happened. they are awaiting the arrival of homicide detectives right now. when homicide detectives here, they will go inside. they will also be followed by a crime scene unit who will be processing the scene. we've also been told that the weapon has been recovered.
we're going to stay here and provide another update for you in a half hour. live for now from kensington, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> thanks for that, monique. more disturbing news out of kensington. a family there is grieving this morning after a 4-year-old girl died. police believe her 5-year-old sibling shot her with a gun belonging to their mother's boyfriend. that man is in custody. it started inside the home on mayfield in kensington. this is before 2:30 yesterday afternoon. here is what we know from police. the 4-year-old girl was shot in the face by her sibling playing with the gun. the gun was recovered, the boyfriend took off. investigators tell us he surrendered to police late last night. [ inaudible ] >> the names of the victim and the mother's boyfriend in this case have not been released. we will continue to keep you posted. this morning the american red
cross is helping families who were forced out of their apartment by this fire right here. you can see the intense flames in the photos. although the fire tore through several units of the apartment complex, fortunately only one minor injury to report. take a look at this video. a viewer gave us this. it's of the blaze at the mansion apartments on west branch avenue in pine hill shortly the fire started at 9:00 last night. at least four units of the apartment complex destroyed. others were damaged. firefighters had to rescue several people from the home. a witness describes what happened. >> i saw the fire going up into the sky and the apartment complex going up in flames. you could feel the heat from it. i was in the house behind this and the heat was intense. >> the cause of the fire is now under investigation. we've also learned there was a fire at the same complex just last year. new from overnight a big
response to dumpster fire in kensington neighborhood. hazmat keller crews called to the scene on east york street around 1:00 this morning. there was some kind of substance in the dumpster that caused concern. firefighters tell us it was near a nail salon and that was part of a strip mall. we'll continue to follow this one as well. a little later on medical marijuana will became legal in pennsylvania. the governor will sign the bill into law in harrisburg. the bill will allow people suffering from 17 diagnosed conditions to have access to medical marijuana in pills, ointment or lotion form. it gives parents of sick children the ability to buy from other states until it's here. it will take two years statewide dispense riaries to get up and
running. another deadly earthquake, this time in ecuador. experts will assess casualties and damage. presidential candidate ted cruz picked up more candidates, not a primary but another state convention. big question, does it help him gain on his main rival donald trump? more on that in a few moments.
>> announcer: now, you're nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist sheena parveen. >> good sunday morning. your neighborhood forecast for today, some parts of the area starting off with a little bit of patchy fog, some of our suburbs in pennsylvania, mid-30s, lehigh valley mid-30s areas of new jersey upper 30s.
a little patchy fog this morning but this afternoon, nice and warm. let's take a look at neighborhood temperatures this. is new at nibz. we're narrowing it into your neighborhood where you live. the forecast scrolling at the bottom of the screen whether you're in pennsylvania, new jersey, philadelphia. multiple forecasts so you can get your exact forecast, too. lehigh valley, patchy fog, blanton 36, 36 in mertztown, 35 ollie, bethlehem. the light jacket this morning, you probably need it. even as we go through the afternoon today, you might want to keep it if you're closer to the shore, as far as the lehigh valley is concerned not so much. temperatures mostly in the mid-30s. as we go through the middle of the day 1:00 p.m. 65, 3:00 p.m., 70 degrees, closer to 5:00 p.m. low 70s plenty of sunshine. temperatures mostly in the 30s, patchy frost around. a lot of sunshine out there. later on today, look at these
high temperatures. philadelphia 73 degrees and sunny. along the shore, though, temperatures a little cooler, in the 60s but then we go into the areas like delaware. temperatures mid to low 70s. even warmer as we go into tomorrow, some areas closer to 80 degrees. coming up, i'll show you that forecast and ten-day forecast i've been promising straight ahead. >> looking forward to it. thanks, sheena. eagles host tenth annual huddle up to autism. a live look at lincoln field, sun rising over the stadium. the carnival will begin at 11:00. anybody can attend but it is specifically planned and designed for families touched in some way by autism spectrum disorder. there will be quiet rooms and family resource tables. the vent reys money and awareness for the center for autism research at children's hospital of philadelphia. april, by the way, is autism awareness month. the flyers hope to pull even with capitals before the series
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a developing story in south america, the death toll rising in ecuador after a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake. scary to say the least. this is how it looked in the nation's capital, details 100 miles away from the epicenter. 700 people dead, 600 hurt. a parsley populated coastal town, strongest to hit since
1979. towns are flattened and the president has declared a national emergency. they are still looking for the missing in japan after two powerful earthquakes there earlier this week. 41 people died in those quakes that hit thursday night and yesterday morning. there are still aftershocks that's really rattling nerves monday residents. footage from the air, this video shows landslide, collapsed buildings and evacuees huddled in sites. u.s. military helping with the search and rescue mission. ted cruz took 14 republican delegates up for grabs at the state's convention, however trump still leads overwhelm delegate race. trump threatened a rough july for republican national committee. while campaigning in syracuse he called the delegate distribution
system rigged and unfair to voters. >> you better get going and you better straighten out the system because the people their vote. the people want to vote and they want to be represented properly. now to the democrats. a familiar face in philadelphia politics is campaigning for hillary clinton today. former mayor michael nutter in wilmington as part of the hillary campaign. nutter with politicians will be campaigning to get out the vote. hillary clinton in los angeles raising big bucks for her campaign. actor george clooney hosted $30,000 a plate fundraiser for the front-runner. 30,000 supporters made it rain, threw dollar bills at secretary clinton's motorcade as it headed to the high dollar fundraiser. the group was staging a consider fundraiser at the home of one of clooney's neighbors. it only cost $27 to attend that
fundraiser. in an interview on "meet the press," clean says he agrees big money should not be part of the political process. >> they are right to protest, is an obscene amount of money. the sanders campaign when they talk about it is absolutely right. it's ridiculous we have this kind of money in politics. i agree completely. >> want to hear more from him. coming up later this morning on "meet the press," comes your way right here on nbc 10. >> announcer: now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist sheena parveen. >> good sunday morning. your first alert neighborhood weather. if you haven't noticed now we're narrowing it down in your neighborhood where you live. we took your feed. we're more specific. at the bottom of the screen, you'll always have your seven-day forecast whether you live in pennsylvania, new jersey, a seven-day catered to your area that we put in
ourselves. you'll also have your forecast, neighborhood temperatures, 30s in pennsylvania suburbs. philadelphia area not so much. it is a chilly start to the morning. you might want a light jacket. andorra coming in at 36 degrees, fox chase 42, west mount airy 41. some areas 45 degrees. north and west and parts of south jersey dealing with patchy fog. take a look at the shore. mayes landing 30, a colder spot, patchy fog there. woodbine coming in at 35, cape may 46, mullica, 40. take a look at the shore this morning. temperatures in the 30s. we will quickly warm up with a lot of sunshine today. by 11:a.m. 56 degrees, 1:00 p.m.
57. by the afternoon low 60s. still a little cool along the shore but a beautiful afternoon. other parts of the area like delaware, you're going to be warmer than that. along the watercooler, farther inland 70 in delaware by 3:00 p.m. and by 5:00 p.m. temperatures in the low 70s. now let's look at the philadelphia area as we go through this afternoon. nice weather, sunny skies, 46 in philadelphia. by 11:00 a.m. 60 degrees. by 1:00 p.m. already in the mid-60s, warmer than it was yesterday. we'll be in the low 70s by 5:00 p.m. so a beautiful looking day even for south jersey. here is your forecast. is further inland along the shore. temperatures here will be quite a bit warmer. 3:00 p.m. 68, by 5:00 p.m., temperatures will be right around 70 degrees. if you're in the pennsylvania suburbs, we will be in the low 70s later on this afternoon. then we go into the next 10 days. so yes, we have a ten-day forecast for the.
philadelphia tomorrow, 80 degrees. this is the big warm-up we've been talking about. today we'll be in the mid to low 70s, tomorrow 80. then a little cooler. see the difference from monday to tuesday. 68 for your tuesday. we're doing to have a cold front move through. we don't expect rain wit but it's doing to cool our temperatures down. quickly back into the 70s. by thursday our next chance of rain isn't next friday. so that's when you'll need the umbrella. until then you won't. it's going to be nice and dry. even next weekend looks good. if you're already making plans for a week from today, we have that forecast for you. we'll be in the 70s and looking pretty good. pollen levels are going to stay high until this rain finally gets here on friday. so just remember that. take a look at the rest of the area's forecast and more of those neighborhood temperatures you're waking up this morning straight ahead. good morning to you, danny pommels from comcast sports net.
flyers trying to escape dc for split more than likely have a splitting headache trying to figure out capital's power play. urging the team to win one for ed snider. alexander ovechkin. can't be a good omen. like an octopus in the net, doing the split comes up with big save. forty seconds later, look at this, mason from the penthouse to the out house, jason gets the credit 2-0 capitals. flyers finally get their first goal of the series. jake voracek, where have you been? 2-1 game at this juncture. on the power play, employee number 8, ove right where he always is, blasts one mast mason, one game two, 4-1, leads series 2-1. more from the nation's capital. >> reporter: they have been outscored 6-1 and find themselves down 2-0 in the series. still flyers feel they have reason to be optimistic.
they outshot washington 42-23 and now the series shifts back to home ice on monday in front of their fans. >> we carry the majority of the play here. you know, we just have to go home now and hold, still in the series. >> take the next two games. we've done it all year. we've got good confidence in each other. >> the way we want to play our hard work, i think going to pay off. just need to -- >> no different situation than we've been in at any point this year. we've got our butts on the line. i think that's a pretty comfortable spot for this group. this group will continue to respond. >> i asked alex ovechkin if he'd ever seen a goal as wacky as the one that slid under steve mason. he says as a kid he remembers defenseman who flung a shot from behind his own net that went in similar to the one mason allowed in this game. from the verizon center, john boruk, comcast sports net.
penguins trying to take 2-0 lead on the rangers. playing for the first time in a month, pence up 1-0. finds the way to keith yandle. forget about it. he ties it for the rangers. 18 seconds later, getting behind pittsburgh defense against blue shirts to lead for good. rangers win 4-2 and tie the series at 1. to the diamond now aaron nola on the hill making his third start of the season. the first win, that countered with -- top already 1-0. zimmerman. drives in another with base knocked up the middle, tagged nola for three in the opening frame. top four at the plate. look at this, helping out his own cause. opposite way. hard hit ball over hunter's head, atop the wall. scores a pair 5-0. nationals next inning, bryce harper spanks one to left.
he can hit a little bit. fifth of the season. third straight game. phillies lose 8-1. nba playoffs. steph curry questionable for warriors in game two against rockets after injuring his ankle on this missed shot. curry had ankle problems in the past, get to victory 104-78. that is your look at sports. i'm danny pommels from comcast sports net. enjoy your day.
in just a few minutes from now, 7:00, thousands of runners will take off for 10-k. you're looking live philadelphia museum of art where 21st annual donner dash starts. the donner dash helps raise money to raise awareness about the need for organ and tissue donation and how it can save lives. a little bit later on this morning in an hour and a half from now, runners will participate in revolutionary valley forge national historical park and run. proceeds will improve the park and visitors center. the event celebrates 100th anniversary of the national park service. 6:57 right now on this sunday
and we are following some breaking news in philadelphia's kensington neighborhood. a gunman surrendered to police following a deadly end to a standoff. nbc 10's monique braxton is gathering new information at the scene. she's going to join us in a moment with a live update. sheena. >> good morning, rosemary. your neighborhood weather forecast coming up. i'll narrow it down to wherever you live, show you that nice forecast we have for the rest of today and bigger warm-up as we go into tomorrow. those numbers straight ahead.
in philadelphia three people found dead following a police standoff. live on the scene with new developments. family tragedy. what we're learning about a shooting that left a 4-year-old girl dead after police say her sibling pulled the trigger. medical marijuana will be legal in pennsylvanias. we'll explain ins and outs of the job. i'm rosemary connors, thanks for being with us. off to a chilly start. let's take a live look outside, center city