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wow. a centrsexual predator on t run. police are looking for a man who kidnapped and raped a young woman during a 12 hour traumatic ordeal. >> i think she's got the best plan -- tear down the barriers, build the opportunities. presidential candidates are on the campaign trail. how they're sending a final weekend of stumping before voters in our area head to the polls. and home, sweet home. the flyers are back in south philadelphia as their series with the capitals moves to the wells fargo center and we are getting ready for game six and we'll have a special preview that will have details for you coming up. good morning and welcome to nbc 10 news today. i'm katy zachry. it's 7:00 a.m. sunday morning. the flyers are in town. we're off to a chilly start but it will warm up so hopefully that bodes well for the flyers game at noon today. this is from our comcast northwest camera. a chilly start for sure but
temperatures will warm and they may get warmer tomorrow. karen thomas is tracking conditions where you live with our new neighborhood weather. karen, tell us. >> all right. we are looking at plenty of sunshine for sure, katie. that's good news. remember yesterday morning? boy it was soggy. then we had the sunshine late in the day for some areas, early evening last night. today nothing but sun. temperatures are on the chilly side but we're enjoying the blue skies. 47 degrees with mostly clear skies in philadelphia. you can see the live camera shots depict ago beautiful start to our sunday and philadelphia right now we are getting psyched for the flyers game, 47 degrees as i said. 52 about 9:00 a.m. and then a temperature reading of 60 degrees about midday, high temperature in philadelphia let's say 68 degrees today but all in all it will be a beautiful day across the board.
41 across the 'burbs, 45 in south jersey. a cold today in, 39 in the lehigh valley. we are seeing temperatures in the mid-30s the further north we go and then delaware 44 degrees right now. what we can expect later today, i keep saying it but sunshine is on the docket. high pressure in control. that's good news. 70 for a high temperature in philadelphia. we could bump there. we hit 70 yesterday. and that came yesterday after the rain cleared out. 67 degrees for a high temperature. plenty of sun in the p.a. 'burbs, 68 and mostly sunny in south jersey and that's pretty nice. lehigh valley 67 and more of the same in delaware. i'll be back with our extended look in just a bit. a teenager is dead, gunned down in philadelphia's feltonville neighborhood. monique braxton is live on the
scene. monique, you said most of the investigators and some detectives have gone to the hospital now? >> reporter: that's right, katy. when we first got out here no one was here but a few police officers from the 25 kt district then in a matter of minutes as many as a dozen officers descended on this neighborhood. they have since cleared the scene. they included detectives, crime scene investigators as well as the 26th district police officers assembling on the 400 block of wyoming. we spent a few hours watching crime scene investigators comb every inch of this scene for clues. the businesses here including the bar closest to the scene are closed down at this hour. the street was also shut down for a while. investigators were called here about three and a half hours ago. we've learned there was an argument between teens at the emergency cafe lounge. then a 17-year-old was shot in the chest outside. the teen victim was taken by a private streak a local hospital and within minutes he passed away.
i asked police about teens and underaged kids at the hookah bar to begin with and they told me they're still trying to determine if there was a special activity under way. right now a clear motive isn't known. homicide detectives are at the hospital speaking with the victim's friends. they've recorded the names and addresses of all of the businesses on the block as they search for witnesses to the deadly shooting. for a while we were being kept a distance away but we did notice activity at one of the side streets. we saw a crime scene investigators take a bag to the truck. that's all right around the corner from the jana pharmacy you see here. so in n the next half hour i'm going to touch base with homicide investigators in an attempt to find out what took place here and the moments leading up to the shooting. live for now in feltonville, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. monique, thank you.
overnight, look at this car that lost control and crashed into a light pole in philadelphia's bridesburg neighborhood. it happened just before 12:30 this morning. three passengers inside the car has to be taken to the hospital but we're told they're just suffering from minor injuries. this morning, a woman is recovering after being abducted by a man, duct taped and then raped. investigators tell us a man pointed a gun at the woman and forced her into a car near 49th street and lancaster avenue around 4:00 yesterday morning. then nearly 12 hours later she was finally able to free herself at south 57 and larchwood avenue. police say she escaped from a black four door sedan with a garbage bag over one of the back windows. the 20-year-old victim was treated at temple university hospital and released late last night. police say the man they're looking for is around 23 years old and has dreadlocks and a
long beard. it's 7:05 and it's almost decision time for voters in pennsylvania and delaware. hillary clinton will be visiting churches in philadelphia to try to get out the vote before tuesday's primary. in the morning, clinton will be at world cafe live at the queen in downtown wilmington. in the evening she has a get out the vote rally in the courtyard of philadelphia's city hall. both events are free and open to the public. and bernie sanders visited wilmington yesterday. tomorrow night he will rally at drexel university's athletic center. he's calling on voters to get to the polls because he says his campaign does not do well in low turnout states. plit only analysts say sanders would need a small miracle to make up for his deficit in delegates. on the republican side, john kasich is asking voters to get to the polls.
he'll be at the penn rose diner in south philadelphia tomorrow morning. kasich is far behind in the polls to ted cruz and front-runner donald trump. speaking of donald trump he will be in the philly suburbs tomorrow. he's going to visit west chester university for a get out the vote rally there. analysts say big wins for trump on tuesday will make it easier for him to carry the nom nation the convention. ted cruz met with potential delegates yesterday in western p.a. he won't be in our area today. he's focusing on upcoming races in the midwest where he hopes to beat donald trump. we're tracking all the candidates ahead of tuesday's primaries. just tap the nbc 10 app for details on campaign events in your area and check out the delegate count so far in the races. and we're getting ahead of ourselves as you saw there, but we are talking about the flyers and you're looking live at the
wells fargo center where the flyers hope to tie up their playoff series with the washington capitals just about five hours from now. right now, the flyers are down 3-2 in the series but they have momentum going into game six, especially because it's on their home turf and after winning the last two games. we have the game right here on nbc 10. join me along with john clark and monique braxton for a flierflier -- flyered up pre-game show. up next, prom nightmare. a gunman opens fire out side a wisconsin high school's dance. we'll tell you how it played out. plus, a gruesome find for volunteers who were just part of a cleanup at a local river in our area, they were thought they were picking up a water bottle but it turned out to be something they were not expecting. narrator: listen to president obama endorse
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we'll go ahead and take a look at our neighborhood forecast this morning. chilly starts to our sunday if you haven't stepped outside just yet. 47 currently in philadelphia with plenty of sunshine. the cold spot up here in lehigh valley, jersey shore, 44 degrees right now with sunshine at the jersey shore and temperature readings at the 40s. in cape may courthouse 47 degrees so close to 50 in
atlantic city at 48 cooler further inland you go. 45 out here in dennis. 46 degrees in woodbine but plenty of sunshine happening so that's going to be really nice way to wrap up the weekend. cool start to today. we'll warm up into the mid to upper 60s just about everywhere. bright sunshine this afternoon so have the shades handy and we can, we even warmer temperatures once we get into the start of our next work week, of course, tomorrow. we're talking p ing pollen leve because so many people are suffering. if it isn't a virus it's allergies and i know so many people are suffering and we have just about every category high as we move through the pollen forecast. we'll stay in the high levels for today. we moderate just a bit monday in anticipation of the rain but it doesn't do much to knock down
the effects of the allergy season because tuesday and wednesday will remain high. so we have to go a little longer for you allergy sufferers. i also want to point out your seven-day forecast at the bottom of your screen. you can check out seven days of weather at your leisure. you'll love it. >> karen, thank you. next, north korea nukes. what the experts have to say about kim jong-un's nuclear capabilities after the country's latest missile test. plus, across the sea. the latest milestone for a solar-powered plane making a trip around the world.
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new this morning, three people are wounded after a shooting outside a prom in wisconsin. police say someone opened fire with a rifle hitting two people outside that prom. officers were patrolling the area and immediately fired at the suspected shooter. the shooter and victims were taken to the hospital. no one has been identified yesterday. from our south jersey bureau, volunteers who were cleaning up along the cooper river made a disturbing discovery. they pulled up a human skull. they found in the the cooper river at gateway park along admiral wilson boulevard in pennsauken. more than a hundred volunteers were in that area as part of a cleanup effort yesterday. one of them reached down into the mud in what looked to be a water bottle, it was actually a skull. police and the coroner are trying to identify the remains. in philadelphia, police say a man wearing a water department jacket shot and killed a man who
was inside a car. it happened just before 5:00 along west huntington street and strawberry mansion. investigators are trying to figure out if he really does work for the water department or is just posing as an employee. so few answers about a murder spree in southern ohio that took the lives of eight family members. seven adults and a teenaged boy were found shot to death at four different homes near piketon on friday. the killer or killers are still on the loose. police don't have a motive. the family is described as a close nit and hardworking family. there's a $25,000 reward that was put up by a private business owner. new overnight, a solar-powered plane on a trip around the world landed in california. it finished a risky three-day flight across the pacific from hawaii. the plane started its
round-the-world journey in march of last year from abu dhabi. it's promoting clean energy and the spirit of innovation. north korea says it has successfully test fired a ballistic missile from a submarine, strengthening its nuclear attack capabilities. south korea confirmed the launch but says the missile only traveled about 19 miles. south korean experts say it's unlikely the north possesses an operational submarine that can fire multiple missiles but they acknowledge the north is making progress on the technological front. u.s. army officials are looking into what caused this military drill in germany to go very wrong. three humvees were being parachuted on to a field but they broke loose and smashed to the ground. the clip quickly went viral on social media. fortunately no one was hurt. the two-ton vehicles cost up to
$220,000 each. good sunday morning, i'm meteorologist kaurn tren thomas. a school start to our sunday for sure. temperatures in the 40s although we are checking in at 39 degrees right now in the lehigh valley. the good fuse is we have sunshine just about everywhere you go and you'll need your visor, your sunglasses, whatever, if you're out driving, take it slowly, there is sun glare it there. sun is bright. temperatures are slow to warm, especially out here in the western p.a. 'burbs. 30 degrees, 37 degrees, 41 degrees in malvern, phoenixville 42. it's 34 in collegeville right now. so if you're out, pick your neighborhood and you'll see your
temperature here. fort washington 36 degrees. i know, temperatures in the 30s we're thinking wintertime. well, just throw a jacket on, you'll enjoy the sunshine today for sure. it will be warming up ever so slightly. look at this, philadelphia, 67 for a high temperature, we're looking at a flyers win. you may want to jacket up herbally for taherbal -- early for the flyers game. at the end of the game we're looking at temperatures in the low 60s. so doylestown more of the same, how about the lehigh valley? that's the chilly spot but it will be warming up in areas in the lehigh valley in the upper 60s. as we roll through, we'll show you south jersey, hamilton township. maybe glassboro. here we go to the jersey shore. how about wild wood?
high temperature 59 today so cooler there along the shoreline. inland in lynn wood 26 with sunshine not doing too badly. dover, 68 degrees with sunshine. d dewey beach plenty of sun. we'll beump temperature on monday. the start of the work week looks dry. >> karen, thank you. coming up next, a final farewell for a music legend. how family and friends said good-bye to prince. plus, here in our area, a colorful tribute on the ben franklin bridge to the musical legend. when you can get your own glimpse of the purple into it to prince. we'll have the details.
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prince's most beloved family and friends say a final farewell to him. the small group celebrated his life in a private ceremony yesterday after his remains were cremated. prince's publicist says a musical celebration will be held at a later date. the cause of the music legend's death has not yet been released. the 57-year-old was found unresponsive in an elevator at his estate in suburban minneapolis on thursday. the tributes to prince continue to pour in, including this one in our area. the delaware river port authority lit up the ben franklin bridge in prince's signature color, purple. you can see it again tonight. this sky-high tribute to the musician was over the new orleans jazz festival. a sky writer wrote "prince" in the air yesterday. several artists performed his
music and his songs were played on loud speaks around the festival grounds. >> you see these performances, every one of them, it's just electric. well, good night, sweet prince. we'll take a look at "saturday night live's" tribute to the music icon. and looking forward to plenty of sunshine today, hb is in control. but as we look at our seven-day forecast, we have a couple of opportunities for rain, we don't want to talk about that right now as we look live at cape may and it's just looking gorgeous with bright sunshine and blue skies and any day at the beach is a good day at the beach, right? so if you're taking a stroll, throw on a jacket, it's a little cool out there right now. i'll let you know when we'll warm up and when we can anticipate the rain moving in after the break.
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murder in the streets. what started as a fight among teenagers ends with one of them dead this morning. we are live on the scene with the overnight developments. being presidential is easy. much easier than what i have to do. donald trump is setting his sights on our area ahead of tuesday's pray maimaries. we'll explain how the presidential candidates are trying to drum up support ahead of the big vote. get ready game six. the flyers are hoping home cooking at the wells fargo center will help them even up the series with the capitals. we're just a few hours away. good morning and welcome to nbc 10 news today, i'm katy zachry. it's just before 7:30 on sunday morning. if you stepped outside, you'll notice there's a chill in the air but karen thomas tells us that will warm up later. she's here with our new neighborhood weather.
hi, karen. >> yes, our neighborhood forecast is coming up and we are flyered up for sure. we're ready for the game starting at noontime today. you can check out your seven-day forecast at the bottom of the screen and while we wait for our graphics -- we are looking for plenty of sunshine today. there is the good news. you may need a light jacket as temperatures are mainly in the 40s but look at the cold spot here in the lehigh valley. 39 right now and we will be warming up just a bit. here are your highs. 70 degrees for a high temperature in south philadelphia, i mention the flyers because we're getting folks heading down early for tailgating. 60 degrees with plenty of sunshine by the time the puck drops. chestnut hill for a high temp, 67 degrees. and here we go to the pennsylvania suburbs.
56 if knee fixvill-- phoenixvil. as we go across the board, plenty of sunshine just about everywhere because high pressure is in play even along the jersey shore, not doing too bad lift 59 in wildwood for a high temperature. 60 in atlantic city. dewey beach in delaware 66 degrees. i'll be back with a breakdown of what we can expect starting with the next work week and when we can anticipate rain in just a bit. >> see you then. thank you, karen. a teenager is dead after a group of young people got into a fight in a philadelphia neighborhood. now police are looking for the person who killed this young boy. nbc 10's monique braxton has been following the latest developments overnight and joins us live from the scene in feltonville. monique, you were watching investigators gather evidence from the scene now they've shifted their sights to the hospital where the young victim was driven by family and
friends. >> reporter: hi, katy. moments ago i spoke with homicide detectives and they tell us they are interviewing both juveniles and adults at the police homicide division, you can see the scene is clear now but we spent the early morning hours watching crime scene investigators search the scene extensively for clues. the deadly shooting occurred outside the emergency cafe lounge in the 400 block of wyoming. investigators say about 3:00 there was an argument between teens then a 17-year-old was shot in the chest outside of the hookah bar. he was taken by a private vehicle to a local hospital and passed away. i asked police about teens and underage kids at the hookah bar to begin with and they told me they're still trying to determine if there was a special activity going on. right now no clear motive is known. homicide investigators will be returning here. as we watch them record every name and address of all businesses in the 400 block of
wyoming. they're doing an exhaustive search for witnesses at this hour. they're still not sure if the individuals who were here on the street are going to cooperate but they say they're not giving up until they find the person who shot the 17-year-old. live from feltonville, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. from the nbc 10 delaware bureau. a town hall will be held tomorrow in wilmington to talk about the death of a 16-year-old girl who was killed in a school fight that took place in a bathroom. >> we have no idea as to why it occurred so all we can do is come together and begin to love one another. >> reporter: the wilmington peacekeepers offered prayers outside the howard high school of technology. sophomore amy joyner francis died at the school thursday after he was involved in a fight in the girl's bathroom. her friends tell us she was a peacemaker who always tried to step in and stop fights.
>> this should not have brought us together to realize that we need to wake up and make a change. >> hear, hear. >> my heart is haurting. >> reporter: the governor, attorney general, and mayor are expected to attend the town hall meeting tomorrow night at stubbs university. it's about 7:35 -- i was about to say 4:35. turning now to decision 2016, there are only two full days of campaigning left before the presidential and delaware primaries. the candidates are crisscrossing the two states before voters go to the polls on tuesday. both democratic candidates for president visited our area yesterday. bill clinton stumped for his wife phil hillfully the philadelphia area while bernie sanders worked to get out votes in wilmington. >> we don't do well when voter turnout is low. let us have the highest voter
turnout in delaware history on tuesday [ cheers and applause ] >> sanders would have to remain every remaining contest by 20 points to catch hunk's delegate lead. right now he trails in polls from all five states where there will be voting on tuesday. hillary clinton will be visiting two philadelphia churches today. yesterday her husband was busy here in our area, the former president made a total of four stops in the region. clinton started his day speaking to a crowd of about 600 people at the swarthmore rutledge school in delaware county what he called his wife the best change maker he's ever known. >> i think she's got the best plan. tear down the barriers, build the opportunities. i think she's the only person who's had the experience to go in and do the foreign policy and national security part of the job and the domestic, too. >> the former president also surprised customers at the
dining car diner in northeast philadelphia. he even posed for a few pictures with them. donald trump will be in our area tomorrow with a campaign visit to west chester university. >> being presidential is easy. much easier than what i have to do. >> in connecticut yesterday, trump poked fun at reports his advisors want him to act more presidential as he inches closer to securing the republican nomination. he also mocked hillary clinton and his competitor ted cruz. and cruz visited a high school outside of pittsburgh yesterday. he challenged donald trump's electability calling the front-runner a phony. cruz is spending the next few days campaigning in the midwest. he says the contest in indiana in may is his last stronghold in the fight against trump. john kasich will visit his hometown in western pennsylvania tomorrow for a rally there. kasich trails behind both trump
and cruz in polling for tuesday's primaries. just a few hours from now the flyers continue their quest for the stanley cup. right now they trail the washington capitals 3-2 in the playoff series. not bad. they're up from a more unfavorable showing a few days ago. but the flyers have the home ice advantage today and game six will be played at the wells fargo center in south philadelphia at noon. the organization hopes fans behive themselves better today than the last time the flyers were home. they'll be giving away these shirts at the game and the shirts say "stay classy, philly." the new giveaway follows this scene from game three. fans flew lit up bracelets on
the the ice and even opposing players. that earned the fans a penalty. the bracelets were part of a free gaveaway and a tribute for the founder, ed snyder. we have today's game on nbc 10. join me along with john clark and monique braxton for a live flyered up pre-game show at 11:30, then game six begins right after at noon. coming up next, making cannabis your career. we'll explain how some people are learning the medical marijuana business now that it's legal in pennsylvania. plus, living history where you can step back in time today to the civil war. the pay stays the same. i have to
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welcome back. one of the biggest summer events in philadelphia will be seen here on nbc 10. we are the new home of the wawa welcome america festival. you can watch the concert and live fireworks show here on nbc 10 and telemundo 62. the washington welcome america festival lasts for eight days and we will be there for all of it from the parade through old city to the events that come through many other philadelphia neighborhoods. it's a great time.
here's a live look at the ben franklin parkway. we will bring you the action from the party on the warmway to your home or mobile device. wawa welcome america begins june 27. coming up next. "meet the press" moderator chuck todd joins us live from washington, d.c. for a preview of this morning's show. we'll discuss a possible exit strategy for bernie sanders if he does not win and has the stop trump movement run out of steam in? how the republican establishment is handling donald trump's lead in the race for the party's nomination. ♪ purple rain, purple rain plus, the boss honors prince. how bruce springsteen paid a special tribute to the music legend. and we've got plenty of sunshine on the tap today so whatever your plans are this afternoon, hopefully you'll get outdoors today. this is a live shot of the city
today a school offering to teach you how to get started in the medical marijuana business will offer an all-day seminar. pennsylvania just legalized medical marijuana and the cannabis career institute says it can teach you everything you need to know from basic grow techniques to the legal requirements and regulations. the seminar is at the philadelphia -- at the courtyard philadelphia at the navy yard and costs each person about $350. also today, you'll get the chance to step back in time. neshaminy state park in bucks county is the scene for the 27th annual civil war reenactment. it's the largest civil war reenactment on the east coast outside of gettysburg. it runs today from 9:00 to 4:00 p.m. looking live at the philadelphia museum of art where more than 7,000 people are
preparing for the march for babies and run for babies this morning. they're raising money for the march of dimes which benefits babies in our area. the event begins at 8:00 this morning, about 15 minutes from now. good luck to them. hopefully you've taken a peek outside, you've seen the bright sunshine out there and maybe you've stepped outside and realized it's chilly out there. the forecast looking good right now. 47 degrees in philadelphia. it feels good. 41 in pennsylvania. south jersey 45, the cold spot right now, lehigh valley at 39 degrees and we are 44 degrees in delaware. mild conditions will go ahead and check some of our neighborhoods in philadelphia, 50 degrees, checking in in penn's sport, society hill. up in andorra, 44, 43 in chestnut hill and we have 35 degrees there in bustleton so you're getting the picture.
it's pretty chilly out there right now. doppler radar has us dry as we do our superscan but we are watching towards the great lakes area. this is an upper level low starting to develop and come together bringing rain to parts of minneapolis, parts of green bay and this system will be collecting itself and moving in our direction over the next 24 to 48 hours. so we'll let you know when we can anticipate it with futurecast. this model showing just when the rain will be poised to move in so we have it clocked at tuesday 8:00 a.m. and you can see here the front is ready to go and precipitation out here in the central part of pennsylvania is just going to short of push down south southeastwardly through the area and look at this. if you see up here way up north here with the purple and the pink, yeah, that's snow up there in canada. we'll let that go. then we roll on through tuesday and tuesday afternoon, evening hour, all that rain just moving right on through. this is projected for tuesday.
and then tuesday night we're looking for the shower activity here in vineland, still raining in atlantic city, then we'll roll through tuesday night, clouds left behind and there could be a residual shower, too, by wednesday morning so wake up wednesday morning, this model, any wairks indicating we still have residual shower activity left in northern delaware and interior parts of vineland still may be getting shower activity light wednesday morning. so there's the next shot of rain because monday is looking dry. futurecast shows clouds hanging around midweek. we go ahead and check out our ten-day outlook, today really fantastic in philadelphia, 70 degrees. look at this. up to 80 degrees tomorrow. we do have a few more clouds filtered in to our forecast but dry and then on election day tuesday that's when we look for that rain to be moving in. hang on to the umbrellas if you're heading to the polls. you may need it towards the latter part of the day if you
decide you're going to vote after work that's when who you may get the best shot of rain. 68 degrees for wednesday, thursday 73 we'll take you all the way out and it looks like the following friday, saturday, sunday we do have some rain, we get an active pattern with rain there and temperatures where we should be but not a bad forecast today and tomorrow. >> we'll enjoy that. turning to decision 2016, voters in pennsylvania, delaware and a handful of other states head to the poll tuesday. bernie sanders continuings his fight on the campaign trail despite a big loss to hillary clinton in the new york primary. now his path to the nomination is looking increasingly more difficult and that's one of the topics on this morning's "meet the press." joining us now for a preview is moderator of "meet the press" chuck todd. good morning, chuck. >> good morning, katy. >> thanks for joining us. let's get right into it.
with such a strong lead for clinton, does bernie sanders have an exit strategy here? >> i don't think he does but he's coming to grips with it. i had a face-to-face with him, i drove up to baltimore to sit down with him and it was interesting because he's acknowledging the reality of the moment. he says it's a very narrow path he has for the nomination and when i asked him okay, what does this look like if clinton is the nominee? what happens to your supporters. what happens to you? and he seems to -- he accepted that premise, that that's a possibility which is already -- that's one step to getting to your exit strategy, but what he's saying is that hillary clinton has work to do to earn the support -- to earn his supporters votes. that hillary clinton has a lot of work to do to prove that she will be a credible progressive and i think he believe she is hasn't done it yet and he knows he has the opportunity to have a movement that he could leave for quite some time but he hasn't figured out what it looks like
yet and when he does i think we'll see the exit strategy being implemented. >> thanks, chuck. turning to the republicans, is the stop trump movement still as strong as it was or are they shifting their focus and could the republican party come to terms with donald trump before the convention? >> the stop trump movement is struggling and i think they did lose some important allies this week when the leadership of the republican party backed down from challenging trump. you had the chairman of the republican party saying he wouldn't support any rules changes for now in the nominating process. if you're not willing to do that, you're not willing to do whatever it takes to stop trump. it's an important moment for trump and a bad moment for the stop trump forces. we're seeing the five stages of groo grief play out and we're on the fifth stage, acceptance. not enthusiastic acceptance but resigned acceptance. >> chuck todd thank you so much.
"meet the press" moderator chuck todd. we'll hear more about the five stages of grief on your show beginning at 10:30. chuck, thanks. later this morning, you can hear more about the gop stages of growth on "meet the press." moderator chuck todd sits down with republican leaders to discuss their acceptance of donald trump. bernie sanders will talk about his strategy ahead of tuesday's primaries. it comes your way at 10:30 on nbc 10.
♪ only want to see you laughing in the purple rain ♪ purple rain, purple rain and the tributes continue for prince, including this one from the boss. bruce springsteen started his concert in brooklyn last night with "purple rain" while he stood in a purple spotlight. he ended the song by saying "prince forever. good bless." >> you couldn't take your eyes off him. he had his own color. who has their own color? he owns purple. no one -- you can't just pick a color and go "that's my thing." the guy was just amazing. when you see these performances, every single one of them, it's just electric. a big fan there. >> down the floor, party up, one, two, three. >> fallon was a huge fan of prince.
"saturday night live" honored prince with a tribute called "good night sweet prince." jimmy fallon introduced his performances ones sne "snl" ove last four decades. really something. we are talking about the forecast and it's looking a lot like spring out there today. it may not feel like it this morning, it feels chilly but it's looking like spring and we will rm whwarm up. 49 degrees in philadelphia, 47 in the lehigh valley, 49 in delaware but we will move upwards to close to 70 degrees in philly with all sunshine. we have high pressure in play so we are looking if enjoyable temperatures today and plenty of blue skies, maybe a few wispy cirrus clouds around later today but nothing to worry about. help the temperatures take a bump tomorrow. so sunshine and warmer temperatures tomorrow. i'm in. i vote yes. you're loving that, i am,
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