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to a bar, getting so drunk, you walk out, you fall on your face, you get in your car and you drive and you wake up and say, i didn't know i was driving. that's your fault. >> reporter: today the archdiocese says with the conclusion of court proceeds today leadership will review the matter further. no change has yet been made to her status. she remains on administrative leave from other teaching duties. little flower high school student amanda powell hopes that changes soon and this ordeal will be in the rearview mirror. >> i hope she can come back because everyone here will definitely welcome her and be glad to have her back either way. i'm sure when people hear, they'll be sad to hear she was found guilty. >> reporter: now, thousands have not only been praying but they've also signed a petition to help sister kim get her teaching job back at little flower high school. in the meantime, prosecutors here did throw out those lesser charges of reckless driving as well as leaving the scene of an accident. live in washington township, i'm cydney long, nbc 10 news.
now to decision 2016 where the political spotlight is turning to pennsylvania, the state's primary is just six days away now and a presidential campaign blitz is under way. voters in the keystone state have the power to make or break presidential dreams next tuesday. >> candidates and celebrities are all crisscrossing the state ahead of the primary. hillary clinton is in philadelphia right now. we're live where we'll hear from clinton in just a few minutes. >> reporter: jim and jacqueline, this is actually the first of two events in philadelphia for hillary clinton today. but this is not your traditional rally. let me sort of move out of the way and show you what's happening here today. you see the stage is set for a panel for the secretary to join in and the audience here, this includes people who have lost loved ones to gun violence and are working to stop gun violence. some are wearing t-shirts and some wearing buttons that have
pictures of loved ones they've lost. also part of the discussion here today will be former attorney general eric holder. he is on the campaign trail for hillary clinton. now, back in 2008, he was working with the obama campaign. just a few minutes ago, i got a chance to talk to him and ask him why this time he's working with hillary clinton. >> primary concern of mine is to protect the obama legacy. we've done a lot of good things over the past seven, eight years and she's uniquely qualified to continue what president obama has done with domestic issues and keeping americans safe with issues of terrorism and national security. >> reporter: this event here, as you mentioned, is expected to start in just minutes. just about 15 minutes from now. another issue we may hear talked about today is the community relationship with police. two of the people on the panel today are the mother of sandra bland who was found dead in a jail cell after a traffic stop and the mother of brandon tate who was killed by police in
philadelphia. so we'll bring you our report later on what happens here this afternoon. for now live in philadelphia i'm lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. bernie sanders may not be in town today but some of his big-name supporters are ice cream tycoons. ben and jerry were in rittenhouse square this afternoon. ben cohen and jerry greenfield hosted an ice cream social. the pair has been making the rounds throughout our area. just yesterday they campaigned for sanders in wilmington. right now hillary clinton has a double digit lead over bernie sanders in next week's pennsylvania democratic primary. that's according to a new monmouth university poll. clinton has the support of 52% of all likely democratic voters in the keystone state while sanders has 39%. republican ted cruz is looking ahead to pennsylvania after coming in third in new york last night. the texas senator held a rally at an antique car museum in
hershey today. he mocked donald trump's win in his home state of new york. and he said the media wants to convince them that pennsylvania is a suburb of manhattan. >> that's their telling, that's their telling, manhattan has spoken and pennsylvania is quietly forced into obedience. you know what? i've got a lot more faith inpen >> cheers for the senate's wife heidi cruz who was in our area as well today. freedom park in medford. she held a meet and greet with voters early this afternoon. mrs. cruz also campaigned in north jersey. she was set to visit the state back in march but had to reschedule. the presidential visits continue tomorrow. gop front-runner donald trump will be in harrisburg, john kasich visiting king of prussia and bernie sanders will be in reading and scranton. clinton and trump's commanding wins in new york have
put them even further ahead in the delegate count. this as they prepare for pennsylvania's primary next week. here's a look at where the race stands. trump leads with 844 delegates. ted cruz is nearly 300 behind trump and ohio governor john kasich is a distant third. as for the democrats, clinton leads sanders by about 700 delegates. sanders must now win 73% of the remaining delegates to catch up to clinton. for a complete decision 2016 coverage including the upcoming primaries be sure to tap the nbc 10 app. breaking news now. the philadelphia eagle just made a bold move that could mold the future of the franchise. taking a live look inside lincoln financial field. the eagles moved up and now have the second pick in next week's draft. but they have to give away several picks to do that. the last time the team picked this high was back in 1999 when the birds got franchise quarterback donovan mcnabb who
led the team to several championship games and a super bowl, too. randy gyllenhaal is live at chicky & pete's with reaction from fans. are they on board, randy? >> they say it's rolling the dice. they do have to give up those future picks including the first pick next year in the draft. we headed into the chic chiccy & pete's here to ask fans if they think this move is worth it. >> the news broke on the big screens at the chickie's in northeast philly. >> i think they need to change. >> reporter: the hunt for a young quarterback reminding many fans of 1999 when the birds drafted donovan mcnabb to much skepticism. >> donovan mcnabb, quarterback, syracuse university. >> people were very unhappy. i remember watching that and thinking, hey, welcome to philadelphia. >> reporter: some fans even booed the future mvp, but it all paid off with a trip to the super bowl.
>> great foundation off of that risky move there. >> reporter: fans now hoping this risky move gives the team some momentum, but they'll have to sacrifice future draft picks. >> it's a gamble, but you got to gamble if you're going to move forward. >> reporter: the eagles could take carson wentz, a prospect from north dakota, or jared goff who played college ball with california but kumar from south philly warns this transition is never easy. >> the players are bigger, they're more experienced, you know, they're working a little harder. >> reporter: you can be good in college but that doesn't translate necessarily. >> this is definitely a transition. it's like becoming a boy to a man. >> reporter: now, a few fans did tell me they think the team should be investing elsewhere, maybe an offensive lineman or a wide receiver. the draft is next week but fans think the drama for this season is just getting started. randy gyllenhaal, nbc 10 news. nbc 10 is your official
draft day station. we'll have exclusive interviews with the team's new decisionmakers, live guests and analysis from hall of famers. eagles draft day hair airs thursday, april 28th. sky force 10 was above as flames poured out of a burlington complex this morning. the fire broke out around 8:30 at the hunters glen apartments. they're helping residents find a place to stay. unclear just how that fire started. skyforce 10 also flew over this fire in warrington bucks county overnight. first this house on palomino drive went up in flame, then the fire spread to a car. fortunately firefighters were able to get it under control quickly and no one was hurt. >> now to traffic trouble that has proven to be a headache for thousands of drivers. skyforce 10 is live over the delaware memorial bridge where three southbound lanes are shut down for emergency repairs.
the work could take several days. nbc 10 delaware bureau reporter is live aboard skyforce 10 with more on what's wrong with the bridge. what did you find out? >> i found out traffic is oufl and people are really not happy about it. you see the work under way and as we pull out there and pan over, you see the bottleneck where traffic is barely able to get through. they had to cut the weight down on the bridge which means fewer cars. which means a heck of a lot of frustration. >> a catastrophe. >> that's what insome people call it. others say -- >> madness. >> reporter: whatever you want to call it, cutting traffic down to one lane on the delaware memorial bridge is causing major backups on the jersey side of the river. it's gridlock even on the side streets. i found lots of drives cutting illegally through medians just to escape the area. >> sesame street, endless sesame
street. >> reporter: that's how this guy is entertaining his daughter in the traffic that's barely moving at all. >> one hour like 300 yards? >> it was a little difficult today. >> reporter: even the bridge authority spokesman said it took him twice as long to get to work to today but the repairs are crucial. inspectors found two others that were compromised. this isn't work you could put off. it could become a very bad situation. >> there's over 200 cables on each bridge, and we're talking about three cables. for us to do this in an efficient manner, we have to limit the weight on the bridge. >> reporter: so that means they can only let one lane go by which means frustrated drivers are stacking up. the red lines on google maps shows all the overflow traffic. those of us who know the area are telling people to go north back over the commodore perry bridge. i did that. there was a backup but nowhere as bad. if you do end up stuck in traffic here, do what you got to do to stay calm.
>> we have to sit and relax and enjoy the music. it's a lovely sunny day. >> reporter: it is a lovely sunny day. chopper the best way to get over the river. i highly recommend it. when will this mess end? you can see it's a mess. they're doing their best, but they still say it's a fluid situation and could be several more days of work. i suggest avoiding the area, like we said. if you need to go from jersey over to i-95 on the other side of the river, try to commodore perry bridge, the walt whitman bridge or any of the bridges that will get you over the river and away from this area beneath us because it is very tight down. tim furlong, nbc 10 news. a court appearance full of surprises for embattled pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane today. she made no comment as she arrived this morning. her defense team previously filed motions accusing reporters of leaking recordings to fbi
officials. it gave confidential information to a philadelphia paper which she denied under oath. but her defense team withdrew that motion. her lawyer called it all a distraction. >> i thought it was a distraction, to be perfectly frank with you. i've been in these hearings before. it's a mystery that's never solved. >> reporter: kane's defense team also asked for a week to file more papers. that could potentially delay the start of her trial which is set to begin in august. a judge ordered the man accused of shooting a philadelphia police officer over the weekend to remain behind bars without bail. 23-year-old scott griffin was arraigned early this morning on charges that include attempted murder and robbery. griffin is accused of shooting officer james mccullough sunday night after he interrupted a carjacking that griffin and another man allegedly carried out. griffin was arrested monday. officer mccullough is recovering after being released from the hospital. trial began today for the man accused of killing his girlfriend at millersville
university. jury selection under way the lancaster county courthouse for the trial of greg or why r oh, rrostieta. he's accused of murdering his girlfriend carlie hall. she was a student at millersville. orrostieta was not. reports show he called 911 and was giving hall cpr when medics got there, but prosecutors say that hall had been dead for hours. now to the latest on the water crisis in flint, michigan. today the state attorney general announced felony charges for three people in connection with the lead contamination of the city's water supply. thousands of people who live in flint have been exposed to lead poisoning. nbc 10's keith jones in our operation center with the latest. >> reporter: we have their names. city employee mike glasko, steven bush and mike prizby are all facing criminal charges.
glasko. he's accused of changing results to make it look like there was less lead in city water than there really was. the other have been charged with conspiracy to tamper with evidence and tampering with evidence. the state attorney general says more charges could be on the way. >> we'll follow the facts without fear or favor, and we'll go wherever the truth takes us. and in this case, wherever the e-mails take us. >> reporter: bush is on paid leave, prizby has another job in the same agency. prizby told him that additives the were not necessary to prevent lead contamination until after one year of testing. arraignment dates have not been set for any of the three men. keith jones, nbc 10 news. the nbc 10 investigators spent a month investigating lead in our area to keep you safe. you can watch their reports on nbc10.com and the nbc 10 app.
we have two stories just into the newsroom. volkswagen has reached an agreement with the feds to spend more than $1 billion over polluting vehicles. the money will come to owners of diesel cars who cheat on emissions tests. vwag vw aj acknowledged the cheating last september. also this just in, the $20 bill is getting a new look with a new face. u.s. treasury is replacing president andrew jackson with harriet tubman. jackson won't be completely removed from the bill. his image will be moved to the back. the treasury will make changes to the $10 and $5 bills. the new designs should be ready by 2020. now to the flyers quest for the cup. here is a live look at the wells fargo center where the team will take the ice less than three hours from now for an elimination game against the
capitals. comcast sportsnet jeff clark has a busy day. >> he's joining us live inside wells fargo on both. this eagles news huge for sure. a big hockey game on the line today. what do you start with here? >> yeah, that's a good question. of course, the eagles with a huge move today to try to get a franchise quarterback at number two. the last time they had a number two pick, it was donovan mcnabb. and they'll draft a quarterback. but sam bradford is still the starter and they'll let this new franchise quarterback ease in. take a look at the flyers. the other big story, they're facing elimination, down three games to none. and in a do or die game, they're making some changes. brayden schenn will be moved to the top line and jake gore o check will be moved to the second one. michael norberg will start in goal instead of steve mason. all these changes are hopefully trying to give this team a spark. they only have two goals in this
series, outscored 12-2 and they need to get it going. >> no idea. well, we believe we're going to win. we're excited to be able to win tonight. >> we always have confidence in ourselves, no matter what. we don't question ourself. you guys question us. we're all ready. >> we've been in this situation a lot throughout the year. our team is ready. absolutely look forward to the opportunity. >> wayne simmonds said the move at goalie is done to wake up the guys in front of steve mason. he's not saying it's steve mason's fault. it's all the other players' fault. only two goals in the three games so far. so hopefully expect a lot of effort from the flyers tonight in an elimination game. more at 5:00. for now, i'm john clark. back to you. >> big night tonight. thank you. by the way, tomorrow the flyers will say good-bye to their owner ed snider.
there's a celebration of life scheduled for 1:00 p.m. you can watch it live here on nbc 10. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> what a great day to be out on the water. nbc 10 along kelly drive, rowing, biking, running, conditions perfect today for outdoor exercise. and even this dog enjoyed the fresh air. the only people not enjoying the outdoors are the ones that are suffering from allergies, and they're not enjoying it at all. a lot of sunshine across the area. 69 degrees in philadelphia and not quite that in the p.a. suburbs and south jersey. near 70 in lehigh valley and delaware. the temperatures are really going to be dropping with the clear skies, light wind and low humidity. in philadelphia we're dropping to 44. trenton to 42. reading, 45. wilmington down to 46.
some places in between are going to be dropping into the 30s during the night tonight. as you'll see a little bit later west bradford township 66, phoenixville 70. newtown 67, warrington 69, milford township 68. a lot cooler than it was yesterday we'll be warming up again. we cool down for one day. 70 for the high so far today. 75 tomorrow. then perhaps near 80 on friday. but at the same time, the pollen is not chamging. it's still extremely high. it's going to be that way tomorrow a tiny bit of a break on friday depending how much rain we get, then it goes back up over the weekend. this is time of year that the pollen will be high unless it's raining.
as we go through the neighborhoods tomorrow, we show you some of these low temperatures in the bottom numbers, then the high temperatures. notice the high temperatures are higher than today even in reading, up to 74 degrees. and as we look toward parts of south jersey, we find some temperatures in the 30s, 39 degrees in lynwood. and we'll get a chance of a little bit of frost in parts of the area. now, we're also looking for some rain. it's not very close. getting a little closer. some showers across now into indiana and, as we go through the futurecast, you see it is moving this way. eventually, we're likely to see some rain. it's not going to come until at least friday morning. there's friday at noon and this computer model doesn't even have the rain nearby. it does come in toward the afternoon rush, then maybe even a little line of thunderstorms coming through.
we could use some of that rain. and over the next few days we get the showers and storms, up to 80 at philadelphia. except south jersey and jersey shore? delaware could see a little of moisture. we'll come back with the ten-day forecast. 8-year-old's under arrest. >> this is a story that's creating quite the controversy in one town. still ahead why several elementary students were handcuffed and hauled out of their school for something they did not do and this. testing for zika at the jersey shore. a county lab is getting set to see if the virus has made its way to mosquitoes here. >> there's a lot of unknowns. >> i'm ted greenberg with a new local focus on the quickly spreading disease. plus, can you see it? we'll point out the image that showed up in one expectant mother's ultrasound that's getting a lot of attention.
this is nbc 10 news. >> it's an e-cigarette to blame for this car fire? that's what investigators in northern illinois are trying to figure out now. a chevy trail blazer went up in
flames in a walmart parking lot. the flames spread to a second car as well. it appears an e-cigarette left in the center console of the trail blazer suddenly ignited. fortunately no one was inside. ikea has issued another safety warning after a third child was killed by a toppling dresser. the chain first issued a warning to parents last summer after the deaths of two children. at that time ikea announced a
free repair program to anchor an estimated 27 million standing chests and dressers. the company now plans to extend that repair program, but it has not released the details. you might remember one of the children killed by a falling dresser was from our area. 2-year-old kurt collis died in 2014. his family has filed a lawsuit against ikea. you could call this a divine surprise. a pregnant woman in indiana says a holy image showed up on a recent ultrasound photo. we're going to show it to you. there it is. ali meyers picture appears to show an image of jesus on the cross right there. we're zooming in for you. she says she didn't even notice what looked like a crucifix until about a week later when someone pointed it out to her. the picture went viral. she likes to think the message is a subtle message from above. the path to the white house is now crisscrossing right through our area. >> the ads, they're picking up. and so is the amount of face
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all eyes are on pennsylvania ahead of next tuesday's primary. all week presidential candidates and surrogates will be crisscrossing the state making their pitch. >> we're waiting for a hillary clinton event to begin in philadelphia. and the string of visits will continue. aundrea cline-thomas is joining us live from the steps of the art museum with a closer look on the impact it's all having on
voters. >> reporter: undecided voters have six days to make up their minds. that's why presidential campaigns are trying to appeal to everything, from their values to their sweet tooth, to earn more votes. >> get out the vote, and that's really what bernie needs. >> reporter: a small crowd gathered at the square for a scoop of bernie's yearning ice cream courtesy of ben and jerry themselves. >> we're here today in philly. we'll be in pittsburgh tomorrow. >> reporter: they're in town stumping for the presidential candidate as all eyes turn to pennsylvania ahead of tuesday's primary. does it matter to you? >> yeah, it's nice they're coming ow and showing their support and letting the community know what they think. >> reporter: this week every presidential candidate is in pennsylvania. hillary clinton is campaigning here. tomorrow bernie sanders is scheduled to be in scranton and the oaks. john kasich will be in media and king of prussia and donald trump will arrive in harrisburg on
friday. msnbc is at the cafe in fishtown providing national coverage. >> i think it's great for philadelphia, great for fishtown. it's great to be in the epicenter of attention right now for the country. >> reporter: no matter what happens on tuesday, the race for the white house is far from over. >> i don't think anybody's probably going to shore up the nomination after next week's primary. so at this point every delegate counts. >> reporter: that's why campaigns are doing whatever they can to sway undecided voters. >> still deciding between hillary and bernie, but i don't know, this ice cream may have swayed me. we'll see. >> reporter: the presidential nominee in both parties is usually decided by the time pennsylvania's primary rolls around. that's why this year is unusual to get this much political attention. reporting live from the steps of the art museum, aundrea cline-thomas, nbc 10 news. because of that attention philadelphia expects a big voter turnout tuesday and the district attorney says they're ready for
any problems at the polls. seth williams says his election fraud task force will investigate any reports of illegal voting, voter intimidation or candidate write-in issues. members of the committee of 70 also have volunteers ready to help voters with difficulty casting their ballots. in tennessee outrage spreading after five children were handcuffed and hauled out of an elementary school. their crime? not stopping a fight. the children were arrested and taken to the juvenile detention center charged with criminal responsibility of another. angry parents say the children witnessed the fight between two younger children and police say they didn't step in to stop it. well, now, the police chief is saying we apologize and says there will be an internal review. a 16-year-old transgender student in virginia is celebrating a legal victory. yesterday the fourth circuit court of appeals overturned a policy barring gavin grimm from
using the boy's rest room at his high school. grim was born female but identifies as male. he says he's just happy to have overcome such a hard time in his life. >> there was an injustice being done, and i was just simply not the sort of person, it's in my personality, i was not the sort of person to roll over and let i happen. >> reporter: it's possible the virginia decision could impact a similar law in north carolina. this appeals court covers north carolina and several other states. hole fowhole foods is count a texas pastor who says the store sold him a cake with a gay slur on it. brown shared this video he took of an unopened box with a label on the bottom there, but whole foods says it's all a scam. they say this store surveillance video shows brown carrying the cake inside the store and the label is actually on the top of
the box, not the bottom. back here at home, septa is adding 25 emissions-free buses to its line. it's all thanks to a $2.5 million grant from the feds. the 40-foot buses are expected to hold up to 77 passengers and will be used on routes 29 and 79. they expect the buses to be running next spring. once that happens they'll determine whether to expand the program to other routes. the queen of soul is coming to music fest today. aretha franklin was announced as a headliner for bethlehem's music festival. ♪ remember this performance during the pope's visit to philadelphia last fall? the music legend will take the stage monday august 8th. tickets go on sale next friday, boston, don henley and lady antebellum are a few of the acts
that have already been announced. a new study shows the air we breathe is not up to par. >> coming up next, we'll show you how air quality in pennsylvania, new jersey and delaware ranks. plus the dangerous trend that's lowering certain americans' life expectancy. plus there's a new twist in the miss usa pageant. they're looking for a wildcard contestant and anyone who is eligible, anyone is eligible. we'll tell you how to enter. modg keeps going
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this is nbc 10 news. philadelphia is about to get a little greener. today the pennsylvania horticultural society loaded up hundreds of trees that will be planted all around our area. it's part of the plant 1 million campaign to restore the tree canopy across the region. the group hopes to plant all 889 trees starting friday and running through the weekend. new study says most americans live in areas with unhealthy levels of air
pollution, and unfortunately, that includes us. here's a live look at center city, philadelphia and the remaining 12 counties in our area got an f rating. now to camden where the news doesn't get much better. all the measured south jersey counties got an f as well, salem, cape may were not counted. rounding out the region, a look at wilmington where all three delaware counties got an f reading as well. the air quality report was released by the american lung association. the unhealthy air puts people at risk for health issues such as lung cancer, asthma and cardiovascular damage. both ozone and particle pollution can cause these dangers for the american public. life expectancy for white american women has fallen slightly. that's according to a new report from the cdc. and that means the caucasian girl born in 2014 could expect to live slightly past her 81st birthday. that's about five weeks less than 2013's prediction. researchers say drug overdoses,
liver disease and suicide among middle aged women have largely led this trend. some grow up dreaming of being in pageants. >> yeah, now more people have a chance to compete in miss usa. the miss universe organization announcing today it's looking for a wild card candidate to join the 51 contestants for the competition. to be considered hopefuls should post three photos or videos on instagram or twitter using the #findingmiss52 and explain why they would be a worthy candidate. fans will have the final say online. so there you go. well, the weather today was sure a beauty. after a cooloff today we'll start heating up. then i'm tracking rain to end the week. we'll go through a lot of changes. we'll detail them in my forecast.
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you ready for it? we'll be seeing a lot of campaigning in our area over the next six days ahead of tuesday's primary. >> lauren mayk walks us through why presidential is so important to the presidential hopefuls. >> reporter: it is a very busy week, but the voting that happens on tuesday, that's really just the first step here because what these candidates are really after are the delegates that each state hands out. let's take a look at how pennsylvania and delaware do that. we'll start with pennsylvania and we'll start with the democrats. first of all, take a look at that number. 189 delegates. that's a big number, one of the biggest states out there for the democrats. and these delegates are handed out proportionately. both bernie sanders and hillary clinton could both end up with delegates here. take a look at how the republicans do it. theirs is very different, very unique. 17 delegates is what you get if you win the state of pennsylvania. but take a look at this number.
there are another 54 delegates out there who can vote for anyone they want at the convention. they're completely unbound. and these unbound delegates, you're actually going to vote for them on your ballot on tuesday, but you will not know -- it will not say who those candidates support. some of them have decided at this point, some of them have not. so that is a very unique part of the process here. let's take a look at how they do things in delaware. it is a smaller state, of course, but at this point every delegate counts. this is winner take all. then for the democrats, we've got 21 delegates. again, they are awarded proportionately after tuesday's election. i'm lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. coverage get the nbc 10 app.
now your first alert weather with chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> well, beautiful looking afternoon out there, near 70 degrees, philadelphia near 70 and most of the rest o the area, a little cooler in south jersey. it will cool off quickly tonight. this is in easton, 76 degrees by 9:00. you need a jacket and by 7:00 in the morning you'll need a jacket, too, because it's going to be chilly and even colder than that in other parts of the area. it will be a little chilly at the ballpark tonight. temperatures dropping to the mid-50s by 10:00. the wind blowing out a little bit. but not nearly as strong a wind as what we saw last night. the wind is blowing off the ocean now. we've got a sea breeze. the overall wind flow is light. and these winds are really going to diminish as we go through the night. only in the 50s at the shore. 54 degrees in atlantic city
right now while 64 may's landing. these inland areas will cool off dramatically tonight. humidity is extremely low and the winds will be light. so that means there could be some frost in inland portion of atlanta county and ocean county later this morning. there's a frost advisory for that. look at the satellite radar again, clear skies up and down the east coast, the rain getting a little closer, getting into indiana, but rain relief is coming for us. it's going eight straight days without a drop of rain. here we go on the futurecast as we go into thursday. the rain's getting into ohio. now it starts getting closer to pennsylvania, but that's still thursday night. so we're not talking about rain coming in here until friday. there we are friday at noon. just a few showers around the area and then as we go through the afternoon you see those little blobs of yellow and red.
that could be a potential thunderstorm coming through later in the afternoon and maybe another line of storms coming through during the evening hours. so it's rain that we do need and it's coming, and that's about our only shot for several more days to come. here are the temperatures as we go through this night tonight, by 6:00 a.m., 48 in philadelphia. in the suburbs it's dropping to 43. you see these temperatures going down pretty quickly. lehigh valley down to 41 and look at that. in south jersey, parts of the area going down into the upper 30s by tomorrow morning. then it's really going to warm up dramatically during the afternoon. 75 degrees tomorrow in philadelphia. close to 80 on friday with those showers and thunderstorms and then we start drying out on saturday. now, the showers could linger at the shore in southern delaware early saturday. sunday looks beautiful
everywhere. and then next week we have several chances for rain with temperatures back into the 60s and maybe by next friday we'll be sick and tired of the rain by then. >> all right, glenn. mosquitoes and the zika virus threat are forcing leaders at the jersey shore to make changes ahead of the summer tourist season. what they're doing to keep visitors safe during their short vacations, next.
there aren't any infected mosquitoes when visitors head to the coast. ted greenberg got a first look at how they're working to keep everyone safe. >> reporter: more than 40 different kinds of mosquitoes come through the labs at the cape may county department of mosquito control, but only one will soon be tested for the zika virus. >> i think it's very important to keep up on date with all these different viruses to protect our community. >> reporter: starting this summer, it will be the first county lab in new jersey to put a new focus on the asian tiger mosquito which is widespread in the garden state. it's capable of carrying zika, although there are still many unknowns about how well it can spread the virus. >> this is the way that we'll find out if the virus has, sin fact, gotten into those mosquitoes so we can then tailor our control efforts to those mosquitoes. >> reporter: zika can cause
severe birth defects. at this point it hasn't been spread by mosquitoes in the continental united states but has turned up in people who traveled to places where outbreaks are common, mostly blamed on the yellow fever mosquito which is not seen in our area. >> i'm hoping we don't find it. >> the chance of zika virus being an issue in new jersey are -- is extremely low. >> reporter: with that said, experts say it's important note that asian tiger mosquitoes like to bite people, and they're commonly found in urban and suburban areas where they can find standing water. >> it is extremely important to empty out all of those containers in your area that will be holding water throughout the summer. >> experts say zika has shown it's capable of quickly spreading. and should it become more of a threat here, they want to be ready. ted greenberg, nbc 10 news. nbc 10 news at 5:00 is next. here are keith jones and denise nakano. >> all new tonight on nbc 10
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next hour. they expect to see clinton speak between 6:30 and 8:00, she'll be right up on that stage. this is her second appearance in philadelphia today. the earlier one is invitation-only. this is the one that's more open. a lot of people expecting5b0uñ e the candidate in person tonight. >> hrc 2016. >> reporter: people clan lining -- began lining up hours ago. they grabbed buttons, t-shirts an signs that they had for sale out in front. they're hoping events like this will help continue momentum. we're told the candidate will talk about raising incomes for pennsylvania families. they tell us they're excited to interact with secretary. >> the excitement going and also just a historical event. we can say we were there, take pictures and be part of it. >> reporter: been here since i got off workrl