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for pennsylvania. democrats and republicans who want to be pennsylvania are rallying for support ahead of tuesday's crucial primary. good morning. i'm vai sikahema. three of the presidential candidates will make swings through our region today. they're pushing for votes ahead of the pennsylvania and delaware primaries next tuesday. bernie sanders will be in oaks montgomery county tonight. donald trump will host a rally in harrisburg later this evening and he'll appear at another rally in harrington kent county tomorrow. john kasich is making a stop in delaware county in a few hours. pamela is live from brandywine
campus ahead of the town hall. i guess the ohio governor is looking for love from a neighboring state. >> good morning. that's right. it's been a very busy week for all othose kajd dts. kasich may have lost out to republican -- republican primary rather in new york to donald trump, but he's pushing now, meeting with pennsylvania voters. hoping to make his message resonate with people here. with time running out, we've seen a major push from both democratic and republican presidential hopefuls, trying to get pennsylvania voters on their side. >> hello, philadelphia. >> last night, democratic front-runner hillary clinton spoke to a crowd add st. paul's baptist church. later today, her husband bill clinton is expected to be in harrisburg talking to folks there about her plan to raise income and tackle gun violence. >> you know what. i think we're going to win here in pennsylvania next week. >> senator bernie sanders
confidently predicted a pennsylvania win at his rally in erie earlier this week. he'll be in oaks montgomery county tonight, trying to drum up support there. >> if there is a large voter turnout, we will win. >> over on the republican side -- >> who can win in the fall? i'm the only one who consistently does it. and secondly, who actually can be the kind of a leader that can run our country? >> the fight continues with kasich going after trump, who according to a recent nbc survey monkey poll is behind trump by 18 points nationwide. kasich will rally in media and then attend a gop dinner and reception in king of prussia. as his opponent trump will rally with his supporters in the state capital tonight. tomorrow, trump will be in delaware, rallying at the fairgrounds. delaware and pennsylvania hold their primaries on tuesday. reporting live this morning, i'm pamela osborne, nbc10 news.
>> pamela, thank you. meanwhile, senator ted cruz is rallying voters in maryland. he's holding a campaign event at a theater in frederick. this is a live look right now. our sister station, wrc in washington, d.c., conducted a poll with marist earlier this month that shows cruz trailing trump in maryland by 12 percentage points. a lot at stake for the candidates on both sides in next week's primary contest here in our area. let's look first at pennsylvania. 189 delegates up for grabs for the democrats. for the republicans, the winner will get 17 at-large delegates, but voters will also choose 54 unbound delegates who can vote for anyone they want at the convention. in delaware, 16 delegates are at stake for the republicans. and 21 for the democrats. and right now, on the free nbc10 app, we have an entire section devoted to decision 2016. and all of the candidates. we send out news straight from
the campaign trail as it happens. it's a free download. you can get it right now. >> sky force 10 is over breaking news in wilmington. new castle county. police say an assault has left a 15-year-old girl in critical condition at howard high school of technology. an official says the assault took place on school grounds near the start of classes. rescuers flew the victim to a.i. dupont children's hospital. in critical condition. we are just -- we are just getting this information now, as it's happening. we're just learning that that little girl has just died. she just passed away. we're working to get more information on this situation. of course, you can count on nbc10 for any updates on breaking news. we'll of course bring you information as it gets to the newsroom and as we find out by making calls on the nbc10 app.
meanwhile, still alive, the flyers quest for the stanley cup continues after the team beat the washington capitals for their first win of the series. they scored early, facing elimination, the orange and black rose to the occasion and kept the fans cheering with a 2-1 win to force a game five. that will be played friday night in washington. with the win came a scare. check out this play that sent scott laughton to the boards. he was down for quite a while. emergency crews removed him from the ice on a stretcher. he's resting at jefferson hospital right now as a precaution. >> last night's win surely would have pleased late flyers chairman and founder ed snider. this afternoon, the team will remember mr. snider at a public celebration of his life. deanna is live at the wells fargo center with a preview. >> good morning, voi. take a look. you can see people lining up at the doors outside the wells fargo center. that ceremony doesn't begin until 1:00 this afternoon, but
the doors here will open at 11:30. a majority of people standing out here today are with the ed snider youth hockey league, and we're joined now by one longtime player here. tracy robinson. so you wanted to be here today. you skipped school, you came out here with the team. why did you want to be here? >> just to support mr. snider. if it wasn't for him, i don't know what i would be doing. he did a lot for me, since the program started and stuff like that. >> you have actually met mr mr. snider and you have been playing since the program started in 2005. >> yes, ma'am, i have. >> and gill schaefer, tell us about the youth hockey league and how many kids it serves. >> we serve over 3,000 kids mostly in philadelphia as well as new jersey, and the mission has been to build lives in the communities. we focus on building character through life skills, education, as well as hockey and using
hockey as the hook. and we're all very thankful for what mr. snider started 11 years ago. >> that's why you all wanted to be here today add the service? >> absolutely. this is our lives. the families' lives, the kids' lives my life, my coworkers' lives. this is everything, what we get up every day and do. it's all thanks to mr. snider. we couldn't do enough to say thank you. >> thank you for joining us. again, this is just one group here wanting to say thank you for all that ed snider brought to philadelphia. the flyers, the spectrum, of course, the center that we are standing at now. many other things. prism, sports radio, his legacy goes on and on. that will be touched upon today here at the wells fargo center. and also we're expecting that maybe we'll see some hockey players from past teams as well. the program has not been formally announced, and again, the doors open for this public service coming up at 11:30. but the service doesn't begin
until 1:00. one of the reasons you see many people lined up is they want to make sure they get inside and pay their respects. deana duranty, nbc10 news. >> deanna mentioned the building, wells fargo center, the regional sports network, all of those things, two stanley cup championships. but it was that hockey league foundation that he was most proud of, and one he felt would be his legacy. if you can't make it to the memorial, watch nbc10. we'll be airing the ed snider service this afternoon at 1:00. and plenty of sunshine across our area this morning as we take a live look outside at center city, philadelphia. schuylkill right there. chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here with our forecast. >> yeah, another beautiful, sunny day. at least the start of the day is sunny. it may not be quite as sunny by later in the day. you can see temperatures are in
the low to mid 60s right now across the entire area. everybody's got sunshine. the temperatures fairly uniform. and in philadelphia itself, got lots of reports at the airport, it's 64 degrees. 62 in society hill. 66 degrees in somerton. and the forecast as we go through the rest of the day, temperatures going into the 70s, but we're not expecting any rain during the day today. in the suburbs, they'll still get above 70 degrees. we're talking about temperatures generally a little warmer than what we saw yesterday. and the exception is at the jersey shore, where temperatures should actually be falling during the afternoon. so look at this. 2:00, 65. by 6:00, down to 62 degrees. we do have moisture that's coming in from the west. rain is getting a little bit
closer. and it will be moving in, especially during the day tomorrow. no rain this afternoon. through 9:00 a.m. on friday. but we'll time that rain out for you with the rest of the forecast coming up in just a few minutes. >> all right, thank you, glenn. let's check the roads at 11:10 with jessica. how is it looking? >> we have a few things going on. we'll start off on a good note. 95 just had an accident and seen clear here moments ago. no problems headed northbound or southbound on 95 now. but we do have some things going on. a building fire out in willow grove on york road at cherry street. that's closed right now. you can take welsch road or take the detours they have posted. in trenton, a fluid spill from a crash on route 1 northbound. the right lane is closed now. traffic is now moving through the area of cleanup. keeping it in new jersey, if you are headed into delaware, part of the emergency construction,
but we're not seeing a backup like yesterday because now two right lanes are open heading into delaware. yesterday, it was only one. but we did see a delay, and a little bit of a slowdown for the morning. otherwise, septa is dealing with some power issuesfecting trowely routes 10, 11, 13, 34, and 36. your alternate is to take the market frankfurt line and transfer to the trolley that way for westbound service. >> thank you. and counselors are on hand for students at robbinsville high school in mercer county this morning. the school was closed for two days to mourn the death of the school superintendent. a teenager in a car hit dr. steven mayer while he was jogging with his dog. this happened tuesday morning. police say the 17-year-old stopped at the scene. there will be a public memorial service for dr. mayer tomorrow in princeton. and new castle county police arrested a man who was allegedly behind home burglaries and vehicle break-ins and the
suspect posed for quite a mugshot. take a look. officers arrested 23-year-old paul rally of wilmington. officials say he took lawn equipment, tools and various items stored in vehicles and sheds. he's facing burglary charges and was released after posting bail. >> united against isis. an update on president obama's meetings with arab allies in saudi arabia and the royal plans that are still to come on his over seas agenda. if you own a vokelkswagen or kn someone who does, you want to hear this. the company is expected to announce how it plans to compensate car owners dealing with a diesel emissions scandal. >> glenn. >> we have one more day of dry weather, so enjoy it while it lasts. i'm tracking rain. much needed rain headed our way, and the question is, is it going to affect your weekend plans? that's just ahead. >> and an update on breaking news where a 15-year-old girl was killed during what police
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15-year-old girl there dead. an official says two students assaulted the student on the grounds of the howard high school of technology near the start of classes today. rescuers flew the victim to a.i. dupont children's hospital where she passed away. we're making phone calls, trying to get as much information as we can. you can count on nbc10 for any updates on the breaking news. we'll bring you new information as we get it on-air and on the nbc10 app. >> president obama met in saudi arabia with top officials from six arab nations to discuss the fight against isis. the president pushed his gulf allies to step up the fight against the islamic state. their deputy national security adviser told reporters the president also asked the arab leaders to increase support of the iraqi government as it battled the islamic state militants. later today, president obama heads to london where he'll have lunch with queen elizabeth, dinner with prince williams and meet with david cameron.
we expect an official announcement from volkswagen on how the company plans to resolve a scandal involving diesel emissions tests. volkswagen must detail how it will make nearly 600,000 cars comply with clean air laws during a court hearing this morning. the automaker is also expected to announce a $1 billion deal to compensate owners. that agreement would give owners the choice of having volkswagen repair their cars or simply buy them back. the number of americans applying for unemployment benefits has reached its lowest point in more than 40 years. the labor department says that the number of weekly jobless benefit applications fell to 247,000. that's the lowest reading since november of 1973. the historically low figures show employers are holding on to workers and possibly looking to hire more people.
the sunshine this morning pushing temperatures up. already into the 60s in much of the area. and as we go through the afternoon, well, we're going to see temperatures go into the 70s. it's 64 degrees in philadelphia now. 67 by 1:00. by 3:00, 72. 5:00, 53. the high temperature itself may actually get up to about 75 degrees. what about the suburbs? are they warming up as well? well, yes, they are. north and west of philadelphia, avondale, 63 degrees. exton, 63. phoenixville, 63. chester heights already up to 65 degrees. warrington, 63. elroy, 64. st. david's, 66. so they're going to be 70 degrees pretty quickly out there. you can see some clouds starting to come in from the west. that is the sign of the advancing moisture. it's not all that impressive. we're not talking about a huge
amount of rain. but we are going to get some. we're warming again. we were only in the low 70s yesterday. we're going to be going into the mid-70s and then the 80 degree mark may be reached again during the day tomorrow. but needed rain is on the way. and you can see on our futurecast, nothing today. or tonight, for the most part. just an isolated shower. most of the rain, of course, will be coming tomorrow. and not even during the morning. here's the morning rush. generally dry. and then here come the clouds. a few showers, 11:00 a.m. later in the day, that's when we might see the heavier activity. especially toward the late afternoon and evening. look at this. this could be some thunderstorms moving through parts of the area. 7:00, and that could be some briefly heavy rain moving through along with the thunder. but it continues to move off.
some more showers. that's 11:00 at night. now we're starting the weekend here. and the moisture hasn't quite moved out. so we could see some lingering moisture for saturday morning. and you'll see that in the forecast. well, as far as the neighborhoods are concerned for tomorrow, temperatures up near 80 in fairmount, 75 degrees in bethlehem. we're expecting showers and thunderstorms in much of the area. of course, at the shore, those showers are going to come later in the day. there may be a little sunshine in atlantic city before the rain comes in. so we've got showers followed by sunshine in philadelphia, 80 degrees saturday is 70. looking dry there. watch what happens with our neighborhood weather. we can break this down. talking about dry weather for philly. but in south jersey, jersey shore and delaware, we at least have a chance of showers lingering into saturday morning. so we're able to break that down for you, and as you can see, the
bottom of the screen, that's the seven-day forecast for your neighborhood. not just the philadelphia forecast. this is a ten-day forecast. there's your showers and thunderstorms tomorrow. saturday, generally dry. sunday is just beautiful. a sunny day. and next week, we have more chances for showers. we'll talk more about that later. vai. >> thank you, glenn. >> still ahead, he's out. espn fires former philly curt schilling from his anounlszing job. the social media post that was apparently the last straw. and a $20 bill new look. details on the biggest facelift for u.s. currency in more than 100 years and the girl power behind the movement to get harriet tubman onto the 20.
anytime disaster strikes, the american red cross is there. today, the american red cross giving day. the organization that has helped so many people so often during their darkest hour is asking you to assist them so they can continue to provide the services that countless others rely on. judge renee cardwell hughes is our guest. one of our favorite guests here. we welcome you back. >> thank you. >> the red cross never quits. talk about what a typical month is in the american red cross and the kinds of situations that they respond to. >> i wish i could tell you there was a typical month. >> there's no such thing. >> no such thing. for example, literally today,
there were two fires last night in our local area. we are helping in texas with the extraordinary 500-year floods. we're helping with ecuador, and we stand ready and are preparing to help with japan. so what is typical is the commitment to always be ready to help. that's what's typical. other than that, what you're going to walk into the first thing in the morning, you never know. >> and you and i, we never sit and visit here as we do so often without talking about how critical volunteer help is and what you guys do and your mission. >> it is absolutely essential. that's why i was so grateful to come back and talk with you again. 90% of our work force is volunteers. so when you think about this, whatever your talent is, if you're a medicaly trained person, we need you. if your specialty is i.t., we need you. if you're a compassionate person who doesn't mind getting up at 2:00 in the morning to help your
neighbor who has been burned out of their home, we need you. 90% of the workforce is volunteer. >> all right, judge, tell us how our viewers and part of the reason you're here so often is we believe in what you do and we want to reach out and have our viewers help you. how can our viewers make a difference on american red cross giving day? >> today, it is so easy. they can make a difference in two really simple ways. they can go straight to our website, redcross.org, and they can make a donation online. but really, everybody listening to you has their cell phone probably within hands' reach. whip out your cell phone and text red cross, all caps, to 90999. it will make a $10 donation. you'll spend more than $10 today on coffee wrrbs and you can save a family if you can be more generous, $100 will save a family tonight. >> all right, easy to help the red cross on this giving day.
you can text the word red cross to 90999 to make a $10 donation, as judge hughes mentioned or donate going to our website nbc10.com and check out the link to the red cross. judge hughes, thank you very much. we appreciate you and all that you and the american red cross do. >> thank you for your support. >> we continue to follow breaking news this morning. police say a 15-year-old girl was killed following an assault at howard high school of technolo technology. this is in wilmington. taking a live look right now of the scene from sky force ten. an update just ahead. >> plus, the road to the white house is coming right through our area. a look at the campaign stops here ahead for the crucial primaries on tuesday. plus, the one thing donald trump's wife said she wishes he would stop doing. >> you know this isn't going to end well. a driver tries to cross a flooded bridge, and the unfortunate results all caught
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police say an assault has left a 15-year-old girl dead. an official says two students assaulted the victim on the grounds of the howard high school of technology near the start of classes today. rescuers flew the victim to a.i. dupont children's hospital where she passed away. police are conducting several interviews and they'll be at the school for several more hours. we have multiple crews on the way to the scene, and you can count on nbc10 for updates on the breaking news. we'll bring you new information as soon as we get it into the newsroom on-air and on our nbc10 app. >> the push for votes in pennsylvania continues as three
presidential candidates are planning visits to our area today and tomorrow. bernie sanders will be in oaks montgomery county tonight. donald trump will host a rally in harrisburg later this evening and then at another rally in harrington kent county tomorrow. meantime, john kasich is making a campaign stop in king of prussia and media. he'll hold a town hall on campus, on the campus of penn state brandy wine in just a few hours. and hillary clinton's campaign is hoping her two appearances in philadelphia yesterday will boost her support in the upcoming p.a. primary. the democratic front-runner met with mothers of gun crime victims in north philadelphia. then she held a rally in fishtown. her campaign hopes to keep the momentum going after her new york primary victory. clinton talked about gun reform, mentioning shootings that happened last weekend in philadelphia. >> a police officer shot. and the story that was just so
heartbreaking was the father handling his gun. and it went off and killed his 4-year-old daughter. >> police escorted several demonstrators out of clinton's rally. they were protesting the crime bill signed by her husband, bill clinton, in the 1990s. >> in another front-runner, republican front-runner donald trump took questions from voters in a televised town hall on the "today" show plaza. he told one voter he would create a path for undocumented people to become citizens but he said they would have to leave the country first. he also talked ubhis strategy for dealing with isis. >> making a fortune on libya. that was a hillary clinton deal. she wanted to go in, she wanted to get rid of gadhafi. for what reason? gadhafi was a bad guy, saddam hussein was a bad guy. they had one thing in common. they killed terrorists. >> mr. trump also spoke about
the so-called bathroom bill in north carolina that has outraged transgender advocates. he said lawmakers should have left things the way they were. in a lighter moment, trump's wife melania was asked about the habit she most wants her husband to give up. her answer, retweeting. >> right now in the free nbc10 app, we have an entire section dedicated to decision 2016 and all of the candidates. we send out news straight from the campaign trail as it happens. a free download you can get right now. another beautiful day outside, and it's going to be a great night for baseball. the wilmington blue rocks have a doubleheader tonight. the phils are off. we take a live look at the stadium. first pitch, 5:05. chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here with that forecast. >> we have a pretty nice sunny day out there and temperatures
in the 60s. rising into the 70s in most of the area. if you look at the general map, you might see elsewhere, 64 degrees in atlantic city. well, probably warming into the 70s, right? oh, no. southerly wind. sea breeze coming in. as we zoom into the shore, it's only 58 in atlantic city. 58 in holigate. it's not getting into the 70s at the shore. not with that kind of wind. 62 in ocean city. these are the kind of details we can see with the neighborhood forecast. and pin it down into your neighborhood, how things are going to change. in some cases, 5, 10 miles away. here's the satellite radar. a few of the first showers have made it into the state of pennsylvania. and as we go through the day today, we're going to see temperatures getting into the mid-70s. south philly at 75 degrees. in the suburbs, getting pretty close to that.
doylestown at 74. lehigh valley, 72. look what happens at the shore. atlantic city, i've only got going up one more degree and then maybe going down. wildwood, 62. lynnewood, up to 68 degrees. we'll talk more about the timing of the rain tomorrow and have the rest of a ten-day forecast in just a few minutes. >> all right, thank you, glenn. >> a texas driver was swept away when he tried to drive across a flooded bridge. he made it about halfway across the north texas bridge in his pickup truck. that's when the water became just a little too deep. look what it does. turns him sideways into the river. the pickup quickly became submerged. and the driver was able to crawl out the window. and luckily, swim to shore. >> elsewhere in texas, the cleanup continues after ferocious hailstorm damaged 80% of the homes in the city of wily. residents say the hail was
golfball sized and larger, even. several city owned buildings suffered serious damage as well. well, espn has fired baseball an lstz and former phillies pitcher curt schilling. schilling's termination comes after he posted an anti-transgender meme on his facebook page. the statement, espn said schilling has been advised his conduct was unacceptable. schilling played for the phillies from 1992 to 2000 and was inducted into the team's wall of fame nearly three years ago. >> philadelphia mayor jim kenny is banning nonessential publicly funded travel to north carolina and mississippi. and nbc10 has confirmed the move is in response to the new laws in those states which limit antidiscrimination protections for lesbian, gay, and transgender people. we have learned septa has pulled out of a transportation conference next month in the city of charlotte. >> the wwe wrestler known as
chyna has died. the coroner said joan lower was found dead in a home in redondo beach, california, yesterday. her manager said she was found lying peacefully on her bed. the coroner had no further information about her death and says the investigation is ongoing. laurer was 45 years old. >> and the olympic torch is now burning brightly. actresses dressed by citizens of ancient athens used the rays of the sun to ignite the flame in greece a short time ago. a torch will travel across the world before arriving in rio for the opening ceremony on august 5th. and of course, you can see it all right here on nbc10. the money in your wallet is about to get the biggest facelift in 100 years. 5s, 10s, and 20s all getting a new look, but the biggest change coming to the $20 bill, as tom costello shows us a former slave, harriet tubman, replacing president andrew jackson, a
former slave owner. >> she is one of the giants of american history. this morning, widespread approval for harriet tubman becoming the new face of the $20 bill. >> i'm just happy that a woman is on one of our bills. >> i feel really proud about it. >> as any grade schooler knows, harriet tubman was an escaped slave who helped run the underground railroad to get other slaves to freedom. she'll replace president andrew jackson, an 1812 war hero, but also an avowed slave owner accused of a genocidal campaign against native americans but it's not just the $20 that'sing. with a hit play on broadway, the man who created the nation's financial system will stay on the $10. >> he should be on. we should honor him and not throw him on the wayside. >> and more women on the back of the $10, women who led the suffrage fight will appear.
on the back of the $5, civil rights leaders at the lincoln memorial. on the red carpet in new york wednesday night, oprah winfrey said i love it, giving the thumbs up and adding it was her first choice. it's the #harriettubman that has been lighting up social media. from hillary clinton to john legend. a 9-year-old wrote president obama asking why there aren't any women on coins and bills. she even suggested harriet tubman. you might call it girl power. >> some kids think because they're a kid and they can't vote, they won't be able to do anything big. but i mean, i guess i did do something big. >> she can't vote, but she did something big. that was tom costello reporting. these changes will take a few years to roll out. new this morning, philadelphia mayor jimmy and district attorney general seth williams came together for the fifth annual fair for peace breakfast. the second chance foundation hosted the event at the crystal tea room.
and center city. the organization works with youth who have made mistakes but have proven that they deserve a second chance. >> god save the queen. the celebration is under way in great britain, as queen elizabeth marks a major milestone in her life. a look at the festivities planned for her 90th birthday. much needed rain is headed our way. the question is, is it going to clear out for the weekend? it all depends on where you live. i'll take a closer look at what you can expect with our neighborhood forecast just ahead.
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sky force 10 is over breaking news in wilmington new castle county. police say an assault left a 15-year-old dead. an official says two students assaulted the victim on the grounds of the howard high school technology near the start of classes today. and rescuers flew the victim to a.i. dupont children's hospital where she passed away. police are conducting several interviews and they'll be at the school for several hours. we have multiple crews on the way to the scene. you can count on nbc10 for updates on the breaking news. we'll bring you new information as we get it on-air and on the nbc10 app. >> queen elizabeth ii is celebrating her 90th birthday today. keir simmons reports fromland, just south of london.
>> the queen emerging this morning to cheering crowds. tonight, she will celebrate at a private party. 60 guests, mostly relatives. >> it's quite a moment for the family. >> overnight, her official birthday portrait published, posing with princess charlotte and prince george and some of her other grandchildren and great grandchildren. the photographer, annie leibovitz. another picture, the queen with four of her beloved dogs. william paying tribute in an interview. >> i lost my mother at a young age. it's important to have someone like the queen who has understood some of the more complex issues, when you lose a loved one. >> the queen turning 90, serenaded this week. by all ages. while nbc news, given permission
to air rarely seen footage of the queen as a young mother to charles. the world's most photographed woman who almost never shows emotion in public, but loves a good joke. a little eccentric and humble. >> as grouchy marx once said, anyone can get old. all you have to do is live long enough. >> this morning, britain thank you, your majesty. >> and while the queen has been on walk-about here in windsor, a 41-gun salute has been held in central london. tomorrow, the president will be here to wish her happy birthday in person. back to you. >> keir simmons in london. >> this weekend, you'll get a chance tostep back in time for the 27th annual civil war re-enactment. it's the largest one on the east coast outside of gettysburg. chuck represents the union, and
representing the confederate states is bill mcgowan. thank you both for coming in today. when people think about the civil war they think about gettysburg. so why has this event in bucks town? >> it started 27 years ago. actually, as a fund-raiser. looking for a way to make money for preservation. and the state park just turned out to be a great place to hold it. >> and spectators are coming this weekend. how many people come and watch the re-enactment? >> in excess of 15,000, throughout the weekend. >> what can spectators expect to see there? >> well, they're going to see how camp life was back during the civil war. both on the union side and the confederate side. what they'll see is the soldiers actually doing soldierly things in camp. cooking their meals, cleaning their weapons, drilling.
doing minor repairs on their uniforms. the women in the confederate camp will be cooking and cleaning. taking care of the children. some families, there are families that come out. with their little ones and little ones will be dressed in period outfits also. >> it's april, so it's spring. it's still cool out there, but we're just looking alt your uniforms rr wearing. these are real life uniforms because they're wool. and underneath it is a wool vest. this is what they wore. summer, winter, didn't matter. >> didn't matter, plus they would have a long sleeved undershirt under that, and today you have boxers or briefs. back then, you had long underwear. and that was some sort of a flannel or some sort of a cotton. so basically, they had wool on 365 days a year. >> i suspect that alone helps you appreciate what these men and women lived through. a lot of re-enactors have
ancestors who fought in the civil war. tell about your background. in doing genealogy, did you find you had ancestors -- >> i did. >> i did also. go ahead. >> my ancestor fought gettysburg. chancellorsville. some of the biggest battles of the civil war. so that's what sort of drew me into it. >> bill, what kind of impressions do you have about your, and appreciation you have for your ancestors who lived through this difficult time in our history? >> we appreciate that they stood up for what they believed in. i had ancestors on both sides. and one of them actually received his parole by the union army at appomattox. i had a couple that were at gettysburg. and one interesting story is i had one that was his first battle was on mcpherson's ridge
at gettysburg with the 149th pennsylvania bucktails and he was shot in the head and lived to tell about it. which is unheard of back then. >> wow. phenomenal. quite amazing, history and story. the 27th annual civil war re-enactment happening this saturday and sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for more information, head to our website. we'll have a link at nbc10.com or check out the nt nbc10 app. thank you for coming and giving us a little information and knowledge. >> well, another sunny start to a sunny and pretty warm day. we're already close to the average high temperature for this time of the year. everywhere except right at the shore, like we just showed you a little while ago. let's go to delaware now, and see how it's warming up. wow, 67 degrees in marshalltown,
and 69 in glasgow, reedy point at 68 degrees. already 70 at lincoln. and in lewes, delaware, they get the winds off the bay, and sometimes they're the coldest spot, but not today. well, we have quiet, dry conditions now. but it's not going to stay that way. the radar shows that the rain continues to approach from the west, into western pennsylvania. and the futurecast shows that it's going to be headed this way. but just clouds this afternoon. an isolated shower possible this evening. most if not all of the rain comes after the morning rush tomorrow. that's 11:30 in the morning. there's one of your first showers. we don't see anything widespread or heavy until later. here's the afternoon rush. 5:30, it's starting to get a little closer, coming into
chester county. and then, that's pretty heavy stuff. at 7:00, tomorrow night, that's heavy enough to potentially be showers and thunderstorms. but they move through. it's much needed rain. it will wash some of the pollen out of the air, but not everywhere. this is not one of those rains where everybody gets it. so is a problem. now, we have the rain totals out of the same computer model. nothing by 9:00 a.m. friday. by friday evening, not much at all. but by saturday morning, it's a different story. it's about a half inch. a little more north and west. a little less to the south and east. but some of that rain might linger at the shore all the way into saturday morning. so the forecast, 80 degrees tomorrow in philadelphia with the showers and storms. not quite as warm in other portions of the area. and you can see even at the
jersey shore tomorrow, it's going to be warm because there will be more of a west wind and the showers may linger in south jersey, jersey shore, and delaware, into at least saturday morning. so that's the one thing that we're concerned about. we'll update this, of course, this afternoon. your own seven-day forecast, of course, at the bottom of the screen here. constantly, and not the philadelphia. this is the philadelphia ten-day that we have just debuted in the past week. and you can see that we have some chances of rain tuesday, wednesday, and thursday of next week. it's not a dry pattern anymore. we'll be right back. modres: the cost of living the pay stays the same. i have
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