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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 skyline.
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no clouds, news. guess what, cold is not going to stick around much longer. we are expecting a big warm-up. first alert meteorologist sheena parveen taking a look at the forecast where you live with new first alert weather. >> yes, we love are the weather, more specific to your area, more detailed forecast and that seven-day forecast is always scrolling right at the bottom of the screen no matter where you live. temperatures this morning, though, yes, it's chilly. you'll need a light jacket before you step outside. 45 in philadelphia but 30s, parts of delaware temperatures in the 30s here like greenville, 39 degrees. glasgow, you may be waking up to patchy frost in these areas. 40 in middletown, dover 38, even harrington. so it is a chilly start, 35 in cedar creek allen dale, and 31 in reading. you'll want light jacket this morning, not this afternoon.
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suburbs north and west of philadelphia, westchester, mid-30s. the 30s really the trend warrington 38. doylestown 33. new hope 31 degrees. this afternoon you will not need that jacket. beautiful look out at center city. calmer winds, too, this morning. you see the delaware river very smooth and clear skies. it's going to be a fantastic day but the poll levels will be staying high, too. by 9:00 this morning, 53 degrees. by noon around low 60s already and we will be warming up more than yesterday. if you're in conshohocken, 50, thachb topping out mid to upper 70s in part of the area. even warmer tomorrow and nice dry weather pattern. coming up we'll take a look at the rest of the forecast for today and bigger warm-up for monday straight ahead. >> all right. now back to that breaking news in philadelphia's kensington neighborhood.
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police have a man in custody who allegedly shot people, killing three of them. nbc 10's monique braxton live on the scene to fill us in on what she's learned. monique. >> hi, rosemary. homicide investigators have arrived on the scene. they have been briefed by overnight commander and now inside 637 east westmoreland. chief sullivan said a gunman peacefully surrendered after he allegedly shot four people, killing three of them. the deadly incident began about 3:45 this morning. moments later police were called here and at one point had the suspect on the phone. our defendant in this case also contacted 911 and engaged in a conversation with the supervisor down at police radio indicating he wished to surrender but not at this particular moment. detectives from homeland security unit hostage
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negotiators went down to police radio and assisted the sergeant in negotiating peaceful surrender of this male. >> sources say they found a gruesome scene, two men and one woman dead, some with head wounds. police are not telling us if there's a relationship between those three individuals or what the motive appears to be. but one person who was shot and got away was taken to a local hospital. just a short time ago, police showed us exclusively the doorstep where that victim collapsed, the loan survivor. when i asked police if the suspect was known to him, i was told, yes, he is but they will not share at this point the motive behind the murder. live in kensington, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> thanks for that update, monique. this morning a philadelphia family is grieving after the death of a 4-year-old girl. police believe her 5-year-old
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sibling shot her with a gun belonging to the mother's boyfriend. that man is in custody. it happened in a home on east mayfield street also in kensington before 4:30 in the afternoon. the 4-year-old shot in the face by her sub ling playing with a 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 boyfriend have not yet been released. we are going to continue to follow the story for new developments. we will keep posted. today medical marijuana will boom legal in pennsylvania. the bill will allow people
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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 dispensaries to get up and running. the community calling for action from harrisburg following hit and run crash in west philadelphia. bicyclist involved in that crash is in extremely critical condition. the car hit him, the driver took off. yesterday morning we showed you this video from the scene at 45th and market street. that's when we first told you about this story. the bicycle coalition says the crash shoes the need for speed radar, police, increased red light cameras and speed cameras. the coalition issued a statement saying we hope the state government moves forward on relevant legislation before another cyclist is injured. quick heads up for drivers in south jersey. police in the township investigating report of a man posing as an officer. here is what we know.
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investigators say a driver reported being pulled over on north maple avenue on wednesday by a man in an marked car with a siren. the man reportedly identified himself as a police officer. the car is believed to be a gold ford crown victoria possibly with new jersey plates. s80-aux. coming up next on "nbc 10 news today," a developing story in south america as the death toll continues to climb following the earthquake in ecuador. we'll tell you how authorities are trying to get control in the aftermath. plus a humanitarian gesture. pope francis defends his decision to bring a dozen syrian refugees to italy.
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good sunday morning, a beautiful start to the end of your week. a little warmer today, too. neighborhood forecast looking warmer. not everybody has same weather. philadelphia 45 and sunny. some of our bushes, even new jersey you're in the 30s, so you're dealing with patchy fog this morning. also don't forget with our new neighborhood weather set up, you always have the seven-day forecast at the bottom of your screen no matter where you are, in pennsylvania, new jersey or delaware we know the weather varies from areas like the
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lehigh valley to the shore, very different sometimes. that's why we're doing this now. a lot more specific. you can narrow it down to your neighborhood. right now in south jersey, many areas around 40 and patchy frost through the afternoon. a look at today's. plenty of sunday, today staying nice and dry. pollen high, too. 73 for a high in philadelphia, 72 through the suburbs in pennsylvania but closer to the shore we're going to stay mostly in the 60s. lehigh valley looks really good today. sunny skies. if you're in easton, temperatures 36 degrees. by 10:00 a.m. quickly warming with dry air and sunshine in the mid. by 1:00 a.m. temperatures in easton at 64 degrees and all this sun will hang in the forecast, too. beautiful day today, if you're along the shore a little cooler for you. most areas along the shore, in the upper 30s. chilly, want a light jacket. lighter winds this afternoon by 1:p.m. along the shore, 57
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degrees. by 3:00 p.m., 60, 5:00 p.m., low 60s. not as warm as areas inland but still a beautiful day nonetheless. warmer tomorrow. some areas around 80 degrees. i'll show you who can expect that coming up. this morning the death toll is rising after a powerful earthquake rocks ecuador. meanwhile it is a race against time in japan following two deadly quakes there in just a matter of days. we'll update the search for survivors. and it's crunch time to file your tacks. all you procrastinators need to know if you can't make the deadline. here is a hint, there's hope and time. we'll about it after the break.
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new this morning, powerful earthquake hit the pacific island of tonga. it struck around 3:30 this morning, our time with preliminary magnitude of 5.8. it's unclear what the damage looks like and how many people may be injured this the third major earthquake around the pacific ocean in two days, the fourth around the world this week. the death toll is at 77 and rising in ecuador after a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake hits there. we're following the story, this is how it looks in the nation's capital, miles away from the epicenter of the quake. hit a populated coastal town. still the strongest to hit ecuador since 1979. towns are flattened and the president declared a national emergency. now in japan they are still looking for the missing after
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two powerful earthquakes there this week. 41 people died in those quakes that hit thursday night and yesterday morning. footage from the air shows a landslide, collapsed buildings, evacuees huddled outside. the u.s. military in japan is now helping with the search and recovery mission. just a recap on this. four earthquakes around world, the most recent one in tonga, two in japan and then, of course, one in ecuador. back here in the u.s., a violent night in orlando. one person was killed and five others were hurt in a shooting last night. police say man was pronounced dead at the hospital and a woman suffered life threatening injuries. the other four victims are expected to survive. tomorrow is the deadline, normal april 15th deadline was changed because friday was emancipation in washington, d.c. here is the deal. the irs did not enforce the deadline if april 15th falls on
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a legal holiday or weekend, i think. if you still need a bit more time beyond monday, beyond tomorrow, you can request six-month extension. that's only for filing, though. keep in mind you still have to pay what you owe. according to irs the fastest way to file is through free filing. you can also request an extension through a paid tax preparer. 17 minutes past 7:00 on sunday. let's get a preview what's ahead in business news. here is cnbc's sharon 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 major oil producers are holding a summit that could result in country's freezing output levels in hope of putting a floor under the price of crude. what will become of yahoo!'s website? preliminary bid for yahoo!'s core business are due. verizon is likely to make an offer and many others mentioned as possible suter. if verizon does end the bidding
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war, it will put aol and yahoo! under same corporate umbrella. morgan stanley and goldman sachs start off busy earnings includes google parent alphabet, mcdonald's as well as coca-cola. more than half will report result during the week. the economy calendar focuses on housing with march housing starts tuesday and existing home sales on wednesday. i'm sharon epperson. get all your business news on cnbc. >> announcer: now your nbc first alert weather with meteorologist, a parveen. >> good morning. a chilly start, even patchy frost if you're about to walk outside. if so you might want the light jacket. not this afternoon. we have your neighborhood weather, by the way, if you haven't noticed it yet. your seven-day forecast is scrolling at the bottom of the screen no matter where you live in pennsylvania, new jersey or delaware. your seven day, you're never going to miss this, always at the bottom. aside from that, more specifics
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on your forecast. so we took your feedback. we're narrowing it down to neighborhoods and townships in different cities and able to give you your forecast hour by hour. a warming trend, a little warmer than yesterday. a live look out at cape may right now. clear skies and most of the area sitting right around 40 degrees. our pennsylvania suburbs in the mid-30s, even parts of new jersey still. as we go through the afternoon, we'll see those temperatures quickly warming up. philadelphia area mostly in the 40s. 42 area park side upper 40s. 45 in somerton. that's a cooler spot. we have patchy frost this morning. south jersey, your temperatures mostly in the 30s here so we still have that patchy frost advisory until 8:00 a.m. 37 right now at turnersville, 34 mount laurel. also sweetsboro coming in close to freezing, 33 as well as pembert
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pemberton, lumberton, florence 43. as we get closer to areas near trenton,ton earlier was coming in 30. that is a colder spot this morning. robbinsville 39 degrees. we're looking at temperatures around 43 in florenceville. currently on the radar we're nice and dry. we're going to stay that way as we go through the afternoon. it's all because of this area of high pressure. we have one farther to the south. this is what's really giving us warmer temperatures today through parts of the area and eventually tomorrow warm to 80 degrees. this is responsible for all the dry air that we have in place and all the sunshine. it's also responsible for keeping our pollen levels so high. we're going to continue to see those high levels until we see rain again. that's not going to be until friday. we're going to stay dry with high pollen as we go into next week coming up. look at that pollen forecast. today we're high. tomorrow, tuesday, wednesday, thursday the allergies, if they have been bothering you, they
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are going to continue to bother you. not going to see it lower until friday. neighborhood temperatures for today, here is a look. if you're in south philadelphia, your highs will be right around 73 degrees. if you're anywhere in the pennsylvania suburbs, doylestown right around 73. lehigh, bethlehem, low 70s today. we're to mostly stay in the 70s inland. if you're along jersey shore it's going to be a little bit cooler. one of the cooler spots around the area. still sunny and nice. atlantic city coming in around 2 degrees this afternoon. wildwood 62. delaware, areas like dover right around 73, wilmington 71. here is the forecast as we go through the next three days. notice tomorrow in philadelphia closer to 80 degrees. that's the big warm-up i was telling you about. then we go into tuesday. we're going to cool down upper 60s. same thing in the pennsylvania suburbs, even lehigh valley, temperatures quite a bit cooler tuesday. that's compared to monday. still very beautiful day. we'll take a look at the
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forecast as we go through the rest of this week coming up. next, boston marathon security. how authorities are preparing to protect the runners and fans during tomorrow's big race.
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25 minutes after 7:00 on sunday. 23 outside nbc 10 videos. this morning pope francis defending his decision to bring a 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. pope francis insists it was a purely humanitarian gesture. the vatican reports the family's homes had been bombed. europe's borders are now closed
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to migrants. back here in the u.s., runners are getting ready for one of the biggest races in the country, talking about post marathon. police are making sure those runners are safe following the tragedy there three years ago. they will finish on boylston street, the same place where pressure cookers detonated 2013. three people killed and hundreds injured. dzhokhar tsarnaev has been sentenced to death for his role in the deaths in the bombings. his brother was killed in a shoot-out with police. this morning following breaking news in nil dell. three people dead after barricade situation and police standoff. monique braxton live with developments. monique. >> hey, rosemary. one person did manage to get away. coming up after the break we'll show you where he collapsed and
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you'll also hear how the barricades situation ended. coming up neighborhood weather forecast. take a look at some of the coldest spots this morning. where you'll need a jacket and how warm we'll be this afternoon. that's next.
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breaking news in philadelphia's kensington neighborhood where investigators have found three people dead and a fourth victim hurt in a shooting in a home this after an early morning stand off with police. live on the scene with new developments. plus a family in mourning. a 4-year-old girl is dead after a shooting and police say the 5-year-old sibling pulled the trigger. we'll tell you who police have in custody this morning. pennsylvania hours away from legalizing medical marijuana. we'll explain what's happening
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in harrisburg and what's next for people who want to be treated with the drug. good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today." thanks for being with us. i'm rosemary connors. it is 7:30 on the dot on this sunday. a little bit of a chilly start this morning. that is going to change very soon. meteorologist sheena parveen is taking a closer look at the forecast with our new neighborhood weather. sheena. >> yes, rosemary. some areas seeing patchy frost and temperatures in the 30s while other parts in the 40s. that is why we have the new neighborhood forecast. we can narrow it down to which areas and counties are seeing coldest temperatures. also don't forget your seven-day forecast is always scrolling at the bottom of the screen and not just one sunday anymore, lehigh valley to shore. you can get the most specific one. so your neighborhood temperatures mostly seeing 30s through parts of chester county through montgomery and bucks county. here are the temperatures if you're going to step out. we could see patchy frost.
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phoenixville 36, kennett square 34. milford 35. doylestown 33 degrees this morning. 32 new hope. 42 bensalem. so a lot of the areas where you see 30s like milford, 35 degrees, you could wake up to patchy frost this morning. nice sunshine. look at our live cameras. in delaware, blue rock stadium, many areas in delaware in the 30s. patchy frost this morning. lehigh valley clear skies, south jersey, 40, 45 in philadelphia. this afternoon, though, rebounding into the low 70s. philadelphia 73 for a high, south jersey right around 70. along the shore more like 60 for some spots with the cooler water. lehigh valley mid-70s. same thing in delaware mid 70s. yeardley, bucks county, 34,
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patchy frost this morning. by 10:00 a.m., 51, by 1:00 already in the low 60s with plenty of sunshine. that's really going to keep those pollen levels up. we'll talk more about that and the rest of your afternoon forecast straight ahead. >> thanks, sheena. we to follow breaking news in philadelphia's kensington neighborhood. police sources tell us three were found dead after a standoff with a gunman early this morning. another victim in the hospital. neeshz's monique braxton gathering new information all morning long for us. monique, what can you tell us now? hi, rosemary. just in the past 30 minutes, residents here in kensington are beginning to wake up and venture out. this is what they are finding in their homes. investigators and crime scene investigators working to find who is dead inside 437 east westmoreland. the chief said a gunman surrendered peacefully after he
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allegedly shot four people, killing three of them. the deadly incident began to unfold about 3:45 this morning. when police arrived, the gunman didn't want to let them inside. he wouldn't leave the house either. he admitted he shot someone and they were with him. >> some detectives, hostage negotiators working with police radio were able to talk the subject out without any use of force, without any to police or civilian. it's been a long night. unfortunately here it been quite a tragic night. >> when police entered home, sources say they found a gruesome scene, two men and one woman dead, some with head wounds. one person shot and taken to a nearby hospital. this the doorstep where the loan
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survivor collapsed at e and westmoreland. when i asked about the suspect, if he was known to police, i was told yes. when asked about the identities of those found dead inside, i was told they are not ready to release identities of the victor if they are related or what a possible motive may be. still a lot of information not clear here. we'll be on the scene and keep you abreast as soon as we get any developments. live for now in kensington, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> we know you will. thanks for that, monique. take a look at the big response to dumpster fire in kensington. hazmat called to the scene on east york street around 1:00 a.m. firefighters tell us there was a substance in the dumpster that caused some concern. the dumpster located near a nail salon in a strip mall with other shops. this morning a philadelphia family is grieving after the death of a 4-year-old girl.
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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 a home on east mayfield street. this also happened in kensington before 2:30 yesterday afternoon. what we know from police, the 4-year-old girl was shot in the face by her sibling who was playing with the gun. the gun was recovered. the boyfriend took off after the incident. ers say he did surrender to police late last night. we will continue to follow this developing story and keep posted. this morning the american red cross is helping families who were forced out of their apartments by this fire in camden county. you can see how intense the flames were in the photos. although the fire tore through several units of the apartment complex, fortunately there was only one minor injury. a viewer gave us the video of the blaze. happened west branch avenue in pine hill. this is right after the fire started about 9:00 last night.
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at least four units of the apartment complex were destroyed, others were damaged. firefighters did have to rescue several people from their homes. spoke to several witnesses out there including the girlfriend of one of the firefighters. >> what's the reaction. >> i get scared, a shaking feeling and nervous, upsets me. >> i mean from where we were standing you could feel the heat, it was building up. >> crews ran into water pressure problems fighting the flames but they were able to get everybody out of that building. a little bit later on today, medical marijuana will become legal in pennsylvania. governor tom wolf will sign the bill into law in harrisburg this afternoon. the law will allow people from suffering from 17 diagnosed conditions to have access to marijuana in pills, oil or ointment form. the bill also gives parents of sick children the legal ability
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to buy medical marijuana from another state while retailers prepare to open here. it's going to take some time. it could take up to two years for statewide dispensaries to get up and running. 7:37 right now on sunday. donald trump taking aim at the republican national committee. >> the republican national committee had better get going. i'll tell you what, you're going to have a rough july at that convention. we'll hear more of trump's complaints about the delegate system coming up. >> this is the play that is haunting steve mason right now. >> costly blunder helps capitals take a 2-0 series lead against flyers. we'll have a closer look at this next in sports. fight back and rebuild
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now to our decision 2016 coverage. ted cruz celebrating another victory over his republican rival donald trump. he took all delegates up for grabs in wyoming at the's convention yesterday. however, trump still leads the overall delegate race. trump threatening a tu july. he called the delegate distribution system rigged and
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unfair to voters. take a listen. >> you better get going and you better straighten out the system because the people want their vote. the people want to vote, and they want to be represented properly. >> all right. now to the democrats. a familiar face in philadelphia politics will be campaigning for hillary clinton today. former philadelphia mayor michael nutter in wilmington as part of the hillary for delaware campaign. nutter along with delaware politicians will canvass the city to get out the vote. hillary clinton raising big bucks for her campaign. last night george clooney hosted $30,000 a person fundraiser for democratic front-runner. about 35 bernie sanders supporters made it rain last night. they threw dollar bills at secretary clinton's motorcade as the group was staging a counter-fundraiser at the neighbor of george clooney. it only cost $27 to attend that fundraiser. in an interview on "meet the
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press," we'll hear from clooney who says he agrees big money should not be part of the cal protest. >> 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. >> something tells me he has more to say on that. can you hear more from george clooney on this morning's edition of "meet the press" at 10:30 on nbc 10. in just moments, though, we will head to washington and chuck in with chuck todd for a live preview of "meet the press." he'll break down the democratic race ahead of the primary plus discuss republican party as donald trump continues to be front-runner on the campaign trail. beautiful day shaping up for us. a little chilly this morning but nice this afternoon. i'll show you your new neighborhood weather forecast. that's next. ♪ we buy any car dot com ♪
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7:45 on this sunday today. eagles will host sixth annual hulgs up for you
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hulgs up for autism. weather will certainly cooperate. anyone can attend. it is planned and designed for families touched by autism spectrum disorder. quiet rooms and family resource tables available. it raises money and awareness for autism research children's hospital in philadelphia. april, in case you didn't know, is autism awareness months. >> announcer: your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist sheena parveen. >> good sunday morning. a little chilly across the area this morning. not everyone, 30s for the entire area, which is why we have the neighborhood weather for you. if you haven't noticed yet, we're able to zoom into your county, township or city and give you a much more specific forecast. we took your feedback, that's what we're doing. we have the seven-day forecast scrolling at the bottom of the screen, pennsylvania, new jersey or delaware.
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that will always be there for you so you won't miss it. take a look at neighborhood temperatures now, really narrowing it down. new jersey 39 degrees. we do have patchy frost. piney hollow 37, washington township 42. mullica township. mount laurel 34,ford 38. closer to princeton, look at that. 32 degrees. lumberton 34. so a little chilly this morning. you might want the light jacket. today we're actually going to be a little warmer than we were yesterday. still a beautiful day across the area. philadelphia area looking very nice as we get closer to 10:00 a.m. around 57 degrees. this afternoon we'll be topping out in the low 70s. plenty of sunshine to work with today. that, however, is going to keep the pollen high. pollen levels will remain high
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because we have dry air in place. take a look as we go through the rest of the week and into next week. this pollen at the highest we have seen so. those levels on a scale of 0 to 12, some of these days a little above in 11. this is high pollen, if the allergies bothering you, that's going to continue. keep that in mind. it also indicates nice weather as we go through the next several days. if you're along the shore today, those temperatures by 1:00 p.m. around 57 degrees. later on this afternoon low 60s. if you're in delaware, you're going to be warmer. cooler along the shore usually in the afternoon hours. so that's why we have neighborhood weather to show you the difference. delaware mid-60s already by 1:00 p.m. by 5:00 p.m. temperatures in the low 70s. but if you're in areas like high valley this morning waking up to patchy frost. lehigh valley mostly mid-30s. we go through the day by 3:00 p.m., already around 70 degrees. if you're in the pennsylvania suburbs aside from the lehigh
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valley, you'll be in the low 70s this afternoon. plenty of sunshine, 43 degrees right now and many of our suburbs, parts of montgomery and bucks county. your ten-day outlook, yes, a ten-day forecast now. tomorrow around 80 degrees. warmer than today. tuesday we're going to be cooler around upper 60s. you will notice a little bit of a change, although still very comfortable. next rain chance won't be until next friday finally pollen levels will go down at least a little with the rain coming rosemary. >> thanks for that, sheena. now to decision 2016, there are 99 days left until the democratic national convention in philadelphia. dnc expecting a major economic boost this summer. hundreds gathered at the national constitution center yesterday to start the countdown to the convention. about 50,000 guests and 6,000 delegates will descend on philadelphia. as you can imagine local restaurants and bars hoping to
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benefit from the $300 million expected to be injected into our economy. there's no doubt there will also be protesters among visitors and police tell us they are ready. >> bottom line, officers are well. you see we get a plethora of stragss about a number of things. democratic national convention begins on july 25th. on tuesday hillary clinton and bernie sanders will square off in new york primary. this past week the pair squared off in what could be their final debate. the question is who came out looking like stronger candidate. that's what we're talking about this morning on "meet the press." joining me with a preview is moderator chuck todd. good morning, chuck. >> good morning, rosemary. >> chuck, gloves were definitely off, to say the least thursday night. rhetoric not toned down. what's the take for voters in pennsylvania and new york where the primaries are coming up. >> i think when you look at the intensity of that debate, that was, i think, a realization,
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particularly in the sanders campaign, this is do-or-die for him in new york. without showing progress in new york, without pulling the upset, how does he articulate a path to the nomination if he can't ever beat her on her turf. he wins smaller contests. he wins one that sort of demographically fit his strength but he's yet to be able to prove he can win -- win in these large states with more diverse democratic voters. without it i don't know if he can articulate an realistic path to the nomination if he loses new york by double digits tuesday. right now that's what it appears to be. >> chuck, let's talk about the republicans. donald trump continues to attack the delegate process. we heard him warn of a rough july at the convention. how would you describe the state of the republican party right now? >> at war with itself is the best way. when you have republican
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front-runner trashing the entity in charge of giving him the nomination, working with him if he is the nominee, it's sort of surreal to be thinking about but i think trump has realized the party doesn't want him, certainly not going to acquiesce on second, third, or fourth ballot. what trump is trying to do, saying, hey, this stuff is rigged. he's trying to win a battle of court of public opinion to see if delegates bullied, candidate with the most votes even if he doesn't have the majority of delegates we can't look like we're thwarting the will of the voter given the nomination. that's what he's counting on. that's his message. we'll see if it works. >> anybody who says politics is boring is not watching this race. a lot going on. chuck todd, moderator of "meet the press." thanks for being with us, chuck. >> you got it. also this morning in addition to coverage on the campaign trail, chuck todd will be talking about north
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carolina's controversial lgtb law and the governor's stance. that all comes your way on "meet the press." plus, he's got george clooney on the show here on nbc 10. right after "meet the press," nbc 10 at issue where we'll hear from republican candidates in the race for pennsylvania attorney general. state senator john rafferty and scott peters running for nomination. sat down for a. don't miss that this morning at 11:306789 we'll be right back.
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this the play that is haunting steve mason right now. >> that 101 kick input the flyers up 2-1. washington down 2-0 in the first round of the playoffs. caps win 4-1 in the series, heading to philly. flyers and capitals face off tomorrow for game three. puck drops at 7:00. today the phils wrap up their series. a live look at the bank in south philly. phils drop first two to nats, looking for eighth win. gonzalez on the mound for washington. first pitch is 1:05. perfect day for this, 21st annual donner dash under way.
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runners took off from philadelphia museum of art 45 minutes ago. donner dash raises hone to bring awareness about the need for organ and tissue donation and how it can save lives. finally, it is starting to feel like spring. >> yes, it feels so nice outside and looking like spring. the pollen is high, what we expect for this time of year. live look outside. beautiful look across delaware river. it is going to stay sunny and beautiful. high temperatures somerton, 43. doylestown, lehigh valley low- to mid-70s. glassboro high 73 degrees. wildwood along the shore, low 60s. quite a difference there but beautiful weather. delaware, dover a high, dewey beach closer to upper 60s. a lot of sunshine. i'm not complaining. >> me either. definitely not. that's going to do it for us right now. sheena i will see you right back
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here at 9:00. have a good one. are you sick of harrisburg politicians
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like steve santarsiero, who will say or do anything to advance his career? he claims he wrote pennsylvania's gun safety law. but the truth is he didn't. there is no law requiring universal background checks for all gun purchases. his campaign even bragged that he passed 54 bills. in fact, 7 years in harrisburg, steve santarsiero has never passed a single bill into law. i'm shaughnessy naughton. i approve this message
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because i am not a career politician. the republican system is a -- >> i do question her judgment. >> this is a phony attack. >> thank you. thank you from the bottom of my heart. good morning and welcome to sunday "today." i'm willie geist. i'm usually where you are this time of the week, on the couch in my sweat pants with a cup of coffee. but from now on i'll be here in my church clothes with you. we're excited to take you along for a rare backstage look at the cultural phenomenon that is hamilton. toughest ticket in the world now. but the musical's breakout star

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