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thanks for being with us. meteorologist karen thomas is tracking some sunny skies this morning. looking good out there, karen. >> absolutely, rosemary. can you believe it? just waking up this morning, looking out the window and saying, ah, more sunshine! we're in for sun right now. 64 degrees in philadelphia. we do have bright, sunny skies in the burbs as well as new jersey. a bit of cloud cover in the lehigh valley but the sun is breaking through, the fog has lifted. not looking too badly there. check out delaware. the delaware beaches looking just glorious. 64 degrees right there and clear skies. get outside and enjoy the dry weather and the clear skies. radar showing that we are dry right now. as we go wider, though, boom! we see the cold front. so you can see the rain stretching all the way from toronto all the way down through the ohio valley. we have some heavy rain embedded in the system. it's a cold front moving very quickly west to east. so what we can expect are clouds on the front end of that
boundary line to be moving into our area midday. so about lunchtime look for the clouds to start stretching into the area. and just behind that we're going to have this cold front bring in some shower activity and possibly even scattered thunderstorms later in the afternoon. i'll be back with more details on that plus a look at the ten-day. rosemary. day two of the dad vail regatta and the rowers are trying to get in a full day of races before the afternoon showers and storms that karen just mentioned. nbc10's randy gyllenhaal is live along the banks of the schuylkill to fill us in. randy, what's the plan? >> reporter: we're hanging out with the temple row team. we have one of the races going on right now, the men's two. they're speeding down the schuylkill. it is beautiful right now. as you guys have been mentioning, the weather on the horizon changing plans here. organizers moved some things up because of the storms. the final vectorsity 8
championship race will be around 10:45 this morning. that's six hours earlier than anticipated. they just want to make sure they can get it all in. families from around the country and from canada gathering here on the river to cheer on their kids. this is the largest collegiate rowing competition in the nation. >> it's undescribable. i can't put it into words. it's just -- a proud father, you know what i mean, to see your daughter in the boat rowing. [ whistles ] >> and so far local teams are doing pretty well. temple, lasalle, drexel and delaware all doing good. the championship race will begin about 10:45. that's when the final varsity 8 races begin. we'll be here for that. i'm randy gyllenhaal, nbc10 news. if you're not going to be down at the river but looking
for something else to do, the power in the pines air show is going on today. the air force thunder birds show off hir flying skilgs along with the army's premier parachute team the golden knights. the show runs today and tomorrow. we have new information on breaking news that we first told you about last night at 11:00. a man is now charged in connection with throwing railroad spikes off a philadelphia overpass. the spikes hit some cars, causing quite a bit of damage. look at this photo. it shows one of the railroad spikes lodged in a windshield. we learned that the spikes damaged four cars on university avenue last night. one man got glass in his eye but he refused medical treatment. police described for us what they found at the scene. >> approximately 8 spikes on the spreadsheet here as a result of our investigation. one inside the car that it was impaled in. they're about eight inches in length and they are iron, so they're very heavy.
and looking at it coming from four stories up. >> police arrested a man in his 20s. he is charged with aggravated assault and other crimes. new from overnight, philadelphia police are investigating a stabbing in the tioga section of the city. a man attacked a victim bust before 2:00 this morning at west erie avenue and north 19th street. the attacker ran away. the victim is in stable condition with a stab wound to the neck. we're told the injury, though, is non-life-threatening. in nicetown three men are being questioned after a shooting outside of a bar that left one in critical condition. the gun fire erupted around 2:00 this morning on erie avenue. police tell us the victim was an innocent bystander who was in the wrong place at the wrong time. a car at the scene there riddled with bullets. police trying to sort out who the shooter is in this case. an accused car-jacker whom police say led them on a
high-speed chase through south jersey is under arrest. police tell nbc10 that michael meyers robbed a shell gas station yesterday in washington township and then broke into a home in winslow township. we spoke to the home owner, frank sasso, who tells us that the intruder was desperate for a getaway car. >> he says, don't you lose your life for a car. i see he's got the knife and he's going after my stomach, so i let him go. >> police tell us that meyers took off with sasso's car and began the high-speed chase. they did eventually catch up to meyers about an hour later. this morning police are searching for a man who tried to sexually assault a student at rutgers university. they have issued an arrest warrant for michael knight of newark, essex county. police say he hit the victim in the face and then tried to sexually assault her last week near van dyke hall on the college avenue campus in new
brunswick. people nearby heard the victim scream and ran to help. the suspect ran off. the good samaritans tried to follow but knight allegedly threatened to shoot them. layoffs are on the way for public schools in camden. the district is cutting more than 150 jobs as it tries to fix a budget deficit. about 40 of those 150 positions belong to teachers. all vice principals will be losing their jobs. the rest of the layoffs will affect security guards, clerks and custodians. camden schools are trying to stem a $39 million budget gap. the district says the jobs being cut were not needed. officials added that the schools will be hiring new workers to focus on literacy and family outreach. in other news this morning, president obama plans to honor a fallen philadelphia police officer next week on monday. the white house, the president, will posthumously award robert
now your nbc10 first alert weather. >> good saturday morning. i'm meteorologist karen thomas. we'll go ahead and take a look at your neighborhood forecast. right now the numbers are improving. watching temperatures bumping upwards. 64 degrees right now in philadelphia with mainly clear skies. 61 out in the pennsylvania suburbs, 65 with sunshine in new jersey. 63 in the lehigh valley. but we do have a little bit of cloud cover there. the fog is out of here. the sun is coming through up in the lehigh valley. beautiful sunny skies in delaware. 64 degrees. temperatures are moving into the
70s as we get through the afternoon. so what we can anticipate, cloud cover coming into the picture, and then we may need the umbrellas later on today. if you are heading out this morning, great, you may need a hat, a visor and maybe the sunglasses. look for bright sunshine and clear skies for the most part. as we head out later on in the daytime hours, we are looking for afternoon showers, possibly a thunderstorm, and those thunderstorms could become strong and gusty. overnight tonight, though, clearing tonight, so your saturday night especially after the 8:00 p.m. hour is looking like it will be okay. as we move through the next couple of days, moving through the weekend, 73 for a high temperature today. but then, wow, look how we cool off in philadelphia. 61 will be our high temperature tomorrow. that's because after the thunderstorms get out of here, cold air funneling in through the overnight. and in the pennsylvania suburbs, 72 for a high today with the afternoon showers and potential thunderstorms, and then
60 degrees tomorrow. we should be dry tomorrow for the most part, but just a chillier day. interestingly we should be at about 72, 73 for our average high temperature this time of year. we won't make that tomorrow. rosemary. thanks for that, karen. down south school officials say they can do without federal school funds. >> we will not yield to blackmail from the president of the united states. just ahead, the new policy that has the lone star state going against the federal government. connections. you're not just in the classroom; you're part of the community. you meet these tiny kids every year, and you help them learn and grow. but you also get to know their families, and over the years they become a part of your life, and you become a part of theirs. when you build those connections, you can accomplish some pretty amazing things.
12 minutes after 9:00 on this saturday. here is a look back at our top stories this week. prison escapee arthur buckel captured on monday after nearly a week on the run. a driver spotted him in the woods along the garden state parkway about 50 miles from the prison unit. the man went on a stabbing spree at a massachusetts mall on tuesday. an off-duty police officer fatally shot the suspect after attacks left two people dead and others wounded at three different locations. the suspect's family says he had just been released from a hospital where he sought treatment for depression. on wednesday philadelphia city council debated the mayor's proposed tax on soda and sugary drinks. the budget hearing focused on the 3 cents per ounce tax. a vote could come in june. thursday four wilmington police officers were cleared in a shooting that killed a man in a wheelchair last year. police repeatedly told the man to put his hands up when they say he reached into his waist
band, four officers shot and killed him. his family is now suing the city. on friday, we ended on a good note, the winning family came forward in new jersey to claim the powerball jackpot. pearly mae smith and her 7 adult children will split the $284 million lump-sum payout. they have plans to help out their church, go on a family vacation and help out their community. we'll hear from the family later at 9:45 here on "nbc10 news today." we are checking your neighborhood weather because there are so many events and so many things going on, especially outside today. so we want to know what can we expect. right now bright sunshine about everywhere. a few clouds filtering in philadelphia. temperatures mainly in the lower to mid 60s. it's feeling really good out there. we'll check the lehigh valley in terms of temperatures.
bumping up. 58 degrees. blanden at 61. 67 in leaseport and 64 in reading. this afternoon we have a cold front moving in later today and so there is a good chance that we'll get some afternoon thunderstorms. and so, what about the phillies game tonight? we're looking -- at 7:00, 7:05, first pitch, about 64 degrees. yes, we could have some showers around. just bring the rain gear. clears out quickly because the system is moving quite fast. that gets out of here by 10:00. the clouds hang around. 58 degrees. but we are dry for now. we are keeping a close eye, though, outto the west. that's where the cold front is. you can see stretching all the way through the ohio valley. it is moving quickly west to east, and so we'll keep a close eye on this, but it's looking like the clouds out front will start to filter in midday and
then later on in the afternoon we can expect some showers, maybe even a thunderstorm, as this system gets closer to us. this futurecast has it at 8:00 p.m. but that's pushing through. we would look more about 4:00 or 5:00 p.m. for the system pushing in of the communities west to east from philadelphia. then we've got some strong cells in there, so we have to keep a close eye on that as it moves through the area later on today. we'll dry out through the overnight, waking up early tomorrow with some sunshine, but then clouds coming back into the picture. later on sunday into monday we should stay dry as we wake up monday morning. bright sunshine back in. after the front pushes through, how about some cold air? lows tonight, how about 32 degrees in coatesville. early tomorrow morning. 30 in allentown. we have this polar plunge, the cold air mass coming in behind
the front. yes, tomorrow, this is what we could be waking up to. 30 degrees in vineland. don't get rid of the electric blanket just yet even though we're well into spring season. today, 73 degrees. have the umbrellas handy for later on today. tomorrow we're looking to be kind of chilly, 61 in philadelphia. temperatures will moderate. moving out to the ten-day, we can see the temperatures start to feel like spring anyway. time to check in on this week's wednesday's child. he is a sweet and loving 13-year-old boy. this morning vai sikahema introduces us to angel. >> reporter: hi, angel. how are you? what you first notice about angel is the obvious. he is confined to a wheelchair and developmentally challenged. but if you only focus on the wheelchair and the challenges, you'll miss just how warm and sweet and innocent and
incredibly loving this little 13-year-old boy is. we spent part of an afternoon together in angel's south jersey pediatric home where he receives wonderful care. should we try the other hand? angel is blind so his sense of hearing and touch are incredibly acute. yep. >> you can see he has significant developmental delays but he is one of those kids that's just like anybody else who takes a little while to warm up. once he does, his smile melts your heart. you can see what his smile does to everybody else in the room. that's how he communicates with people. >> reporter: what angel communicates is crystal clear. pure joy. just look at that smile. angel is so gentle and so perfectly named. what this young man dreams of is what any child longs for, a forever family. >> if you work in this field you truly believe there is a family
out there for every one of these kids, so there is a family that's going to be called to be angel's mom and dad or mom or just dad. the ideal family doesn't have a specific makeup. it's just going to be someone who has the calling in their heart to care for a kid with special needs. just being around him, you -- he communicates with you obviously in non-verbal ways, but you can see genuine joy coming from him, and he interacts with you and makes connections with you when you are around him. >> reporter: angel is this week's wednesday's child. >> if you would like to make the dream of a forever home available to angel or to any wednesday's child, you can go to our website, nbc10.com. once there, search "wednesday's child" or call the national adoption center at 1-866-doadopt. what's your name again? >> john miller. >> what is your position. >> i am sort of handling pr
hey, if you're going to be out and about this weekend, keep your eyes open if you are in wissahickon valley park. bear was spotted roaming near the valley green inn. these pictures prove it. wildlife officials are warning folks not to approach the bear. stay away and keep your dogs on leashes. officials plan to trap the bear and move it to a less populated area. this is the park's first ever documented bear sighting. to news from the south jersey bureau. police are looking for a man whom they say beat another man and his dog with a baseball bat, leaving the dog seriously hurt.
take a look at the suspect. darren dicarlo. authorities tell us he beat the man and the dog during a fight in browns mills burlington county on thursday. a veterinary hospital is treating the dog. police issued an arrest warrant for dicarlo. the murder rate in major u.s. cities is rising at a pace not seen in decades, and the fbi director says he is not sure what's behind the increase. james comey also says he is worried about what some call the viral video effect. that's when police officers act less aggressive and retreat because they're afraid they're being recorded on camera. comey and others in law enforcement fear the exposure is keeping officers inside their cruisers and away from people they need to engage. >> officers realize that anything that they do within seconds is broadcast worldwide and they'll be held accountable. >> there is still no evidence to substantiate the claim that the increase in violent crime is related to an unwillingness of
police officers to do their jobs. statistics show murders in philadelphia last year were up 12% over 2014. now to decision 2016 coverage, presumptive gop presidential nominee donald trump is denying he once posed as his own publicist. the republican candidate responded after audio recordings from 1991 were made public this week. take a listen. >> what's your name again? >> john miller. >> what is your position. >> i am handling pr because he gets so much of it. >> yes. >> the "washington post" released the audio. in it a voice which some believe sounds like trump's, told an interviewer about the real estate magnate's dating life. the reporter from "people" magazine who conducted the interview says there is no doubt in her mind it was trump posing as his own publicist. yesterday trump denied it on the "today" show. >> is it you? >> no, i don't think -- i don't know anything about t. i have many people trying to imitate my
voice. you can imagine that. this sounds like one of the many scams. it doesn't sound like me. >> in a 199 o court case trump did testify under oath that he used a fake name on occasion. all right. now let's talk about the democrats in the race for the white house. former president bill clinton has been campaigning for his wife in north jersey. just yesterday he spoke at a rally. he talked about hillary's plans to make college more affordable and to cut student debt. he made a stop in mercer county also. new jersey voters head to the polls on june 7th. senator bernie sanders has been on the stump in bismarck, dakota. that state holds a presidential caucus on june 7th as well. yesterday sanders told supporters in north dakota that he wants to arrive at the convention with more pledge delegates than hillary clinton. he only has a slim chance to do
it's the final day of the dad vail regatta. a long-time tradition in philadelphia, and the rowers are racing to not only beat the competition but also beat the rain. speaking of the wet weather let's look at the live radar. it's just starting to approach western pennsylvania. it will be here later today. details in a moment. good morning and welcome back to "nbc10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. thanks for being with us. looking good. let's check in with meteorologist karen thomas. she has more information on the storms that are coming. oh, karen, i can't believe it. finally we get some sunshine and it's going to be gone. right? it's unbelievable because we have been holding on, right, every time we see a glimpse of sun. it's spring and we want the sunshine. i hear it from everyone. we have sunny skies this morning, waking up this saturday
morning. get outside and enjoy it. you'll need the shades, a hat, a visor. looking at our live pictures. philadelphia with blue skies and 64. a few fair-weather clouds around. 61 in the burbs. 65 in new jersey. board walk looking terrific. the dense fog has lifted but we have some moisture fingers around there. this is looking like the low-level clouds still hanging around in the lehigh valley but all clear at the delaware beaches and 64 degrees. watching radar, we're dry right now. as we go wider, we can see the cold front that has organized and is moving quite quickly through the ohio valley. now just coming into western pennsylvania. there is a cloud shield in front of the cold front, so we are expecting our sunshine to be shrouded in clouds as we move through our saturday, and then we are looking for the moisture to come pushing through quite quickly west to east. that would be later on today.
we could have some gusty thunderstorms embedded in that system. the good news is it's going to move through quite fast. rosemary. the dad vail regatta is well under way. the annual event draws thousands to the banks of the schuylkill river for the country's largest collegiate rowing competition. nbc10's randy gyllenhaal is live right there along the schuylkill. randy, the dad vail is wrapping up just a little bit earlier. they've compressed the schedule. tell us about it. >> reporter: it is a race against the weather. as you can see the temple crew team here is getting ready to hit the water. they're about to put their boat in the water. as you mentioned, the storms we're expecting later this afternoon have changed a few things around. the first races got under way at 7:00 a.m. this is, as you mentioned, the largest collegiate rowing competition in the nation. because of that weather threat, organizers moving things up on the schedule. the final varsity 8 championship race, that will begin shortly at
about 10:45 this morning, about six hours earlier than anticipated. families from around the country gathering here on the schuylkill river to cheer on their kids. >> it's beautiful right now. that's why they moved everything up and they're not taking a lunch break because of the forecast being the thunderstorms later this afternoon around 3:00. >> reporter: might as well get it in while you can. the local teams are doing well. temple, drexel, lasalle. the temple team getting into the water right now. right now it's absolutely beautiful outside. the sun is shining. blue skies and the water looks great. again, they had to move some things up because of the threat of the storms early and into the late afternoon. live on the schuylkill river. this weekend also a big one at the monster mile. it's race weekend at dover international speedway. yesterday fans watched practice at the kent county oval. they got an up-close look in the garage area. they also saw the jet-dry trucks
helping to sop up the rain water from the track. everybody is hoping that the trucks won't be around today or tomorrow. they're hoping that the weather mostly holds out. >> never been rained out in 12 years. we've had rain, but we've never been rained out. >> here with friends, family, everybody, so you're always going to come regardless of the weather. you don't change your plans. you come. >> the highlight of the weekend comes tomorrow with the nascar aaa 400. this morning a philadelphia family is sharing their story. three tlooefs burst into their home and it seems the robbers targeted the wrong house. they broke in around 2:00 friday morning and tied everyone up. we spoke to the family and agreed not to show their faces on camera. they tell us the men demanded a pile of cash but the family had no idea what they were talking about. >> i said we don't have no cash. and that's when they figured out
that they were in the wrong house. one was telling the other that this is the wrong house, this ain't the house, man. >> no one, thankfully, in the family was hurt. police do have a rough description of the suspects and they are working to get some surveillance video from a nearby church. privacy advocates want answers from philadelphia police after one of the department's vehicles was spotted with a fake logo. nbc10's drew smith reports. >> reporter: these are automatic license plate readers, a technology some police departments have shown off for us in the past. they instantly photograph your tag and record an exact location and time you were there. this photo taken this week by penn professor matt blaze shows an unmarked police suv with the alpr on top. on the back rear window a logo for google maps. >> there should be no reason to have to pretend to be a company that people trust deeply if what you are doing is not shady.
>> reporter: molly cooper is an attorney for the aclu of pennsylvania. she says the department is jeopardizing police-community relations. >> it could be used to stalk someone. >> reporter: the people who posted the photos say the car was parked here underneath the pennsylvania convention center. we called philadelphia police at the headquarters but public affairs didn't respond to questions on the phone, instead sending a statement to nbc10 saying in part placing a decal on the vehicle was not approved through any chain of command. the department has now ordered the removal of the logos. >> there shouldn't be such a disconnecticdi disconnect. >> reporter: people are tweeting about a terrible disguise, and opponents want to know if there are other things being hidden when it comes to this
technology. in center city, drew smith, nbc10 news. seven states are rejecting the obama administration's new directive for public schools when it comes to lbqt bathroom policy. public schools must allow transgender students to use bathrooms and locker room that match their gender identity and not their birth gender. yesterday texas blasted the new policy saying it could do without the money from washington. >> we will not be blackmailed by the president's 30 pieces of silver. we will not sell out our children to the federal government. >> the lieutenant governor also said that state lawmakers will find a way to come up with some of the $10 billion that texas schools get from washington every year. a school district in north jersey will allow transgender students to use bathroom and locker rooms based on gender identity. last night they voted 6-1 to adopt the policy.
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good saturday morning. i am meteorologist karen thomas. we're looking at your neighborhood forecast this morning. and our temperatures are ticking upward. there is good news. we have clear skies just about everywhere. still have some clouds hanging around in the lehigh valley. a little cooler there, 63 degrees. but those clouds will be abating, and we are looking for all sun there. delaware looking wonderful. 64 degrees and plenty of sunshine. heading out this morning is a great idea simply because we've got the bright sunshine for now. cold front moving in. we can expect the anticipation of some showers, maybe even some gusty thunderstorms later on today. so we'll have to say good-bye to the sunshine later on. that's why we say get out, the first part looks better. clearing through the overnight hours but turning much cooler as we wake up tomorrow morning and for our sunday. for today we've got a little bit of everything. 73 degrees will be our high temperature. much cooler at 61 for tomorrow.
thanks for that, karen. a woman from bucks county is the first female athletic director at the university of delaware. the school introduced her yesterday. she will officially take over the a.d. job on june 5th. she spent more than a decade at the university of michigan. her roots are here. she grew up in newtown and graduated from germantown academy. the cincinnati reds fall to the phillies, all because of one run wonder. that's coming up in sports.
♪ this is a good one. this is little leah dancing at her father's wedding last night in new york city. we've been following her miraculous journey since she was diagnosed with cancer two years ago. the 6-year-old was treated at children's hospital of philadelphia and is now cancer free. last night her dad, devon married his long time love ashley joyce. they'd postponed the wedding while leah was receiving treatment. last night leah stole the show. imagine if a co-worker turned into an instant milita multi-millionaire. you're looking at steve smith. he is a member of the family who will take a lump sum of this week's $430 million lottery prize. the insignia on his shirt is
from universal display corporation in trenton. the company develops organic l.e.d. technology and materials. we tracked down his now former boss, who told us that smith smiled at him the other day and said that he had to resign. >> we love steve. we offered he could stay. we told him he could stay but he thought he was moving on to greener pastures. >> they'd have a multi-millionaire in their midst. he tells us steve's family winning the lottery is proof that good things happen to good people. one of his sisters will be spending her portion on the non-profit where she works. >> now your nbc10 first alert weather. >> we are getting our last look at the forecast. your neighborhood forecast this morning. it's a winner, at least to start. our saturday is quite sunny. our temperatures are bumping upwardme upward. 65 degrees with sunshine in south jersey.
closer in, it is 69 in vineland. 64 in millville. warmer north and west. 71 in audubon. moving further north, 67 in princeton. 69 in robbinsville and 66 degrees right now in florence. we have the phillies playing tonight. like i said, so much is going on today with the dad vail regatta, the phillies tonight, a lot of proms around the area. 64 at 7:00. 7:05 is the pitch. 64. looking for scattered showers and an isolated thunderstorm is a possibility at that hour. it will be rolling out quickly. clouds left behind. 58 degrees. so at this hour we are dry, but we are watching the next system. this is the cold front that we have been watching all morning long. and it is sort of squeaking to the east, and as it does it's bringing rain to western pennsylvania. we even have some heavy cells embedded in this system. there's a lot of energy with this cold front. we're already in the warm sector
of the system. so we've got cold air coming into the warm air, and that's why we say there is a possibility that we will get some thunderstorms out of this system. now, futurecast has us this evening as that system breaks its way through the area. so we're looking for scattered showers, some of the rain could be heavy at times, and, again, if you hear rumbles of thunder, there is a good chance we'll get some thunderstorm activity moving through out of the system. after that, through the overnight, early tomorrow morning, then we're just contending with cooler air coming in behind the cold front, but we will dry out. as we get through our sunday morning, still looking at sunshine, not too much cloud cover. there is good news. but it will be cool. if you have to head out early sunday morning, you're going to want to bundle up. maybe even a little more than a jacket. temperatures mainly in the 30s and 40s for wake-up. but we will be dry and hopefully the sunshine will help to warm us up. i wanted to show you overnight
low temperatures. this is just how cold we're expecting, waking up, 30 degrees in allentown. this is for tomorrow morning. 32 in coatesville. 41 in philadelphia. but look at vineland, the freezing mark, 32 degrees. these are more like winter-like temperatures, not spring-like temperatures. that will be more tomorrow morning. as your ten-day shows you, we do start the warming trend. have the umbrellas handy because the next work week looks, again, like an unsettled weather pattern. hey, the phillies before last night's game called up tommy joseph and sent down darren rough. tommy playing first base, made his major league debut last night. >> to go through the windy road that i did and to end up here makes it all worth it. >> tommy's family there cheering on their son against the reds. second inning, tucker barnhart skies one to left. rookie tyler goeddel.
you have to make this catch. he drops it. two runs score, 2-0 reds. bad goeddel. this is good goeddel. brings home two with double. even steven. then pitcher jeremy hellickson laying down a beautiful bunt. that scores another run. 3-2, phillies. they would go on to win. tyler goeddel, good redemption. 3-2 win, so that's another one-run win. the phillies are six games over .500 for the first time in five seasons. eagles rookie camp, all eyes on quarterback carson wentz this weekend. yesterday his first workout with the birds. >> i'm really excited for it. >> carson wentz made his first throws as an eagle. he has heard from some of his teammates but he has not spoken to sam bradford. >> personally i don't think there will be a lot of tension.
i think people might make it out to be, but i think the coaches and everybody will be on the same page and i think it will be a really good working relationship for sure. i think it will benefit the team because we're going to compete and everybody in the quarterback room, everybody in the entire organization is going to compete and push each other. >> if the eagles decide to sit carson the entire season? >> all i care about is winning. so if the team is winning i'm doing whatever i can to help the treem whether it's from a third string role, backup role, starter. doesn't matter. we'll see how it plays out. >> even with bradford here, when the time comes he would like to earn his teammates' respect as a leader. >> you have to earn it with hard work. you have to earn it with building relationships, being around the guys. it doesn't happen overnight. nothing is handed to you here. you have to come in and earn the respect of everybody. i looking forward to doing that. >> after signing his $26 million deal, what's the first thing he is going to do with his money? >> i got to pay my dad back for
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nbc10 continues our commitment to clear the shelters and find homes for adoptable pets. joining me this morning is jillian coker with the pennsylvania spca and toby. >> he is a 9-year-old beagle mix who we were just talking about is a pretty calm guy. although, of course, he -- now maybe he'll sit down finally. he is pretty excited to be here. we are looking for a quiet home for him to live out his golden
years in. >> we were saying obviously he is not a puppy. he doesn't have as many years left. but for somebody he may make the perfect pet. >> it's a great pet because you don't have to deal with all the puppy mishaps. he is house-trained already and very calm and relaxed. i think would be a great companion for somebody who is looking for a dog but that's quiet and will be relaxed with them. >> absolutely. jillian, two events going on this weekend. >> the first event, today at monster pets west philly from 12:00 to 3:00. we'll have some adoptable animals there. and tomorrow at the piazza. toby will be there as well if he doesn't get adopted. >> if he doesn't get adopted today he'll be at the event tomorrow. >> but there will be a lot of other great organizations there as well with adoptable animals. if you're looking for a new companion pet, it would be a
great place to go tomorrow. >> jillian coker with the pennsylvania spca. if you can't make it to either of the events but still want to reach out to the spca -- excuse me -- we have the number on the screen for you. 215-426-63 o 0 or visit them on the web pspca.org. let's get one last check of the weather from meteorologist karen thomas. how is it looking, karen? it is looking fantastic outside. i wanted to go ahead as we take one last look at the forecast to show you what our projected overnight low temperatures are expecting. because we've got cold air filtering in tonight, in early tomorrow. and waking up tomorrow morning, don't be surprised if you see temperatures this cold. look at this. 32 degrees in vineland. 42 in that can city. 38 in mount holley. 37 in trenton. note worthy low temperatures overnight. today, high temperature in philadelphia, 73 degrees. we have got bright sunshine right now. just about everywhere in the
delaware valley. but we are expecting clouds to thicken as we move through our saturday, and then the possibility of some rain, even some isolated thunderstorms later on today. for tomorrow, 61. that's the big cool-off. here is our high temperature in philadelphia tomorrow. 61 degrees, north and west of philadelphia may see a scattered shower. most of us will stay dry tomorrow. we'll start out again with the bright sunshine but then clouds thickening tomorrow afternoon. not a bad sunday, just much cooler than what we can expect for springtime. monday, all sun. we are dry. 64 for a high temperature. then you can see, as we go through the ten days, that the temperatures get closer to normal, feeling a bit more like spring. thanks for that. the nbc10 first alert weather team will join the phillies for the second annual weather education day next week. they'll show thousands of
students how the weather impacts baseball. it's this-coming wednesday at citizens bank park. that's going to do it for us on this saturday. i am rosemary connors. for karen thomas and all of us here at sdnbc10 thanks for watching. have a great day. enjoy the sun while it lasts and we'll see you tomorrow morning.
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