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memorial day showers. the umbrellas were out in old city tonight. these folks covering up as the rain fell. nbc 10 first alert radar is tracking the rain across our area. you can see the storm is covering most of the region. a live look at citizens bank park. you can see rainfall here. grab your umbrellas if you are headed out for a late night stroll. let's go straight to meteorologist erica martine. >> we have a low pressure system.
tropical depression bonnie, the tropical moisture headed our way. we have a cold front triggering thunderstorms through overnight hours. live shot over fill, itphiladel it's foggy. if you look at the bottom of your screen, you will see your local neighborhood forecast. overnight, steady until 7:00 a.m. it looks like most of us will get one to two inches of rainfall in total. isolated two inches of rain throughout the region. futurecast puts this into motion. the showers are starting to clear on out by early tomorrow morning. however, i do think we will see isolated showers later tomorrow. of course, coming up in my full forecast, we will discuss that. i do have your ten-day as well. >> thanks. the tropical system moving up the coast is putting a damper on the end of the weekend. families squeezed every last moment out of the beach before the rain moved in.
drew smith reports where the wet weather has caused several changes in plans. >> reporter: several shore times have canceled parades, including avalon. others are moving the ceremonies inside. foot traffic has slowed. some families choosing to travel home instead of being out here for a wet beach tomorrow. >> it's foggy outside. i don't like that. >> reporter: hazy conditions stuck around through the afternoon. many jersey shore beachgoers say they still had a great time. >> three good days. we can't complain. every other year it has been rainy and it's depressing. this year was good vibes only. >> reporter: this woman is planning a departure back to the mainland early tomorrow. but in family will stick around. >> we will make it work. rain or shy, they will be at the shore. >> reporter: these ladies went out to collect sea shells.
they weren't pleased when we told them the forecast. not everyone is upset. people brave enough to get in the ocean also aren't afraid of a little bad weather. >> probably come back out tomorrow, honestly. why not? >> reporter: shore businesses were busy again today. they know it will be a challenge tomorrow. we also checked with the power company. they say they're ready in case the downpours turn severe. i'm drew smith, nbc 10 news. two families have been waiting decades for the names of their loved ones to be added to philadelphia's vietnam veterans memorial. both men died while serving but not during combat. as a result, their names were not added to the wall until now. more on what it means to the families. >> reporter: it has been more than a decade since a name was added to the memorial. now after 50 years, two families believe the service their loved one is finally being recognized.
etched in stone at philadelphia's vietnam memorial, you will find the names of francis corcoran and george wilson. >> privilege and honored. very long time coming. >> reporter: their families got to see their names next to others who served so bravely. >> don't know why it didn't happen when it should have earlier. >> reporter: both men died in 1967 while in service during the vietnam war just not on the battlefield. wilson was an analyst who had a previous tour of duty. corcoran had served in korea. he endured a similar circumstance. >> he had his year up in vietnam. he was ready to come home. he took ill. he died at walter reed. >> it wasn't until 2013 the department of defense allowed them to be included in the national vietnam veterans
memorial. >> teared up. >> reporter: now they join the 646 other veterans whose service is honored right here at home. >> i was thrilled. he was a soldier to the core. i'm sure he is up there smiling he finally made it on the wall. >> reporter: tomorrow there will be an official unveiling of the names right here at 12:30. this will take place rain or shine. tap on the nbc 10 app for help making your memorial day plans. we will take about cancellations or changes to local events. check the forecast and get traffic alerts. a young rodeo performer from central pennsylvania died when he was thrown from his horse at a show in south jersey. authorities say the horse then trampled the 19-year-old in front of thousands of spectators. it happened last night.
this is cell phone video of his ride moments before he was tossed from the horse. we froze the video before he fell to the ground. paramedics rushed the teenager to the hospital where he died from his injuries. runners hit the streets of northeast philadelphia in a show of support for a police officer who was hurt in a hit and run last week. a group of about two dozen runners gathered at 3:00. it's the same time and same intersection where a car struck officer gary miller during his jog last week. the group made the nearly four-mile run to an area near the hospital where officer miller's wife met them. >> we're all runners. we sweat together. our muscles burn together. we're all -- we're a strong community. >> he is in a lot of pain. thank god, i still have him. >> philadelphia police recovered the car involved but no one has
been arrested. help for a montgomery ghigh school band whose instruments were damaged. they are loaning instruments to the high school's band. north penn will be able to march in the memborial day parade tomorrow. it suffered water and smoke damage after a student set a fire in the band storage area last tuesday. that student has been arrested and charged with multiple felonies. a scare at an ohio zoo. a boy falls into the den of an adult male gorilla. the tough decision zoo workers made to save the young boy. denied a diploma. why a high school class president was kept out of graduation ceremonies. i'm tracking showers overnight downpours.
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street. wrong for pennsylvania. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. the gorilla exhibit at the cincinnati zoo remains closed after a child fell in and came face to face with a 400 pound primate. cell phone video captured the scene as the boy slipped into the exhibit. the primate appears to protect the boy at times. witnesses saw the animal drag
and throw the child. a few minutes later, the zoo's dangerous animal response team killed the gorilla. they said the child wasn't under attack but was in danger. >> made a tough choice and the right choice. they saved that little boy's life. >> after a trip to the hospital, the boy's family says he is at home and doing fine tonight. authorities do not plan to charge the child's parents. decision 2016, we're talking one on one with democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders. on phone today, the senator assured nbc 10 the democratic national convention in philadelphia will be calm rather than chaotic. >> do you think it's going to be a peaceful convention? >> of course it will.
>> the comments come a week after sanders warned of a potentially messy convention as he pushes the party toward a more progressive ideology. he says he is confident i will win the june 7 new jersey primary and may return to the garden state before then to hold a rally. hillary clinton plans to hold at least two campaign events this week in new jersey. wednesday morning she will rally voters in newark and thursday she will campaign at mercer county community college. donald trump says illegal immigrants are treated better than military veterans in the united states. trump made the remarks while at a motorcycle rally honoring veterans and prisoners of war in washington, d.c. trump told the crowd the veterans affairs secretary doesn't care about long wait times and he criticized hillary
clinton for not being tough enough on the v.a. gary johnson will be the libertarian party's nominee in the race for white house. the party picked johnson today at its convention in florida. johnson also ran for president back in 2012. he received about 1% of the popular vote. federal and state forces have mounted an operation to find a kidnapped mexican soccer star. he was abducted after leaving a party in the northern border state of tomalipas. he was part of mexico's 2014 world cup team. authorities have not given details about a possible motive. the u.n. high commissioner for refugees says at least 700 migrants died at sea this past week while 14,000 were rescued in the mediterranean. where he foll
we are following the new surge of migrants making a desperate and deadly journey. >> reporter: a fishing boat overturns in full sight of the italian navy, many trying to stay out of the water. others swimming for their lives. the boat capsized wednesday. in 30 seconds, 100 lives lost. >> too many people on board. they were not sitting. they were not listening. they were simply scared for their life. >> reporter: three of the 45 bodies found were newborn babies. a 9-month-old was saved by the doctor. her future uncertain. her pregnant mother did not survive. it was a deadly week even for these dangerous waters. 700 dead or missing in seven days. bodies lifted one by one in southern italy today. >> one of the shocki ining thine
have seen is the number of children, some of them unaccompanied, some very young, embarking on this flimsy vessel. >> reporter: the u.n. estimates this year, 200,000 migrants have africa and the middle east have attempted to cross the mediterranean. thousands of them children arriving without their parents. nbc news, london. good evening. a look at what to expect for memorial day. conditions are soggy. we do have that tropical moisture working its way up the eastern seaboard. watching a cold front dipping down with an associated low that's going to work across canada. right now, just fog developing as well. keep in mind that we do have heavier downpours steady through overnight hours into tomorrow. if you look at the bottom of your screen, you will see your neighborhood forecast. satellite picking up dark green,
orange, red. have i have been pointing that out all day long. the updates on social media as well. this will work northeast. you can see heavy downpours there. overnight, we can expect possibly one to two inches for most of the area. pockets of two inches or more rainfall total. at 11:00 p.m., notice how this batch of moisture continues to work its way out towards the northeast, out to sea. still lots of clouds remain. the trigger mechanism through overnight hours would be that cold front that we have reinforcing cold front moving in later this week. we get this going through tomorrow afternoon into the evening hours. still not done yet. it looks like it's going to be an all day event even though the heavier downpours will be through tonight into early tomorrow. another issue would be the current wind direction eventually shifting tomorrow out of the northwest. notice we're seeing a little shift in the winds. seven mile per hour wind speeds for philadelphia with a
northerly component there. millville also seeing some mild conditions right now as far as wind goes. overnight lows in the 60s. philadelphia 67. wilmington a pair of sixes. your extended ten-day outlook, it's going to be cooler by tomorrow. then warming up tuesday and wednesday. thursday and friday also cooler temperatures as we track another cold front moving on through. follow us on social media for more updates. back to you. the pope honored a trio of hollywood stars today. pope francis awarded medals to george clooney, richard gear and sell selma hyack. they link technology with the arts with the goal of social intervention and a culture of peace. the phillies look to avoid doing something they hadn't done
antho anthony rizzo with the rbi single. second inning, montero deep to right. in the third inning, here they go again. that's gone. things not going well for phillies. in the fifth, chris bryant, this stays in the park. still drives in a run. 6-0 cubs. the lone bright spot for the phillies, rookie tommy joseph. joseph goes deep in the ninth. it comes in a 7-2 philly lost. >> every time goes through a lull, goes through a hot streak and a cold streak. how you come out of those streaks, especially the cold streak, depends on -- determines how good of a team you are. i choose to believe we're in one of those bottom of the roller coaster and on our way up. that's the way i look at it.
>> we bhengs mentioned ryan how said he has not heard anything about decreased playing time against right handed pitching. he has not played twice against righties in the past eight days. he is hitting .154 this season. to the eagles. on defense, they're going back to a four three scream under their coordinator. graham has played in the four three and the three four with the birds. he said what he likes about the new defense. >> i like that we attack first. i think he really trusts the d line to have a four man pressure. i'm excited because he really believes in the d line, especially with a we got here, especially based on what they did in the draft and stuff like that. i can't wait to prove him right. >> the stanley cup final begins tomorrow night. game one, sharks and penguins in pittsburgh, right here on nbc 10
at 8:00. here is our sports hockey crew to set the table. >> hello, everyone. the stanley cup final is set. it will be san jose at pittsburgh. it gets going monday night with game one. you see this matchup, sharks, pens, what stands out? >> it's going to be a great matchup. two young goaltenders. certainly, two good defensemen. slight edge to san jose. great forwards on both sides of the aisle. that's more pick them for me. >> super stars of san jose have been red hot throughout the playoffs. they try to win their first stanley cup. much maligns over the past few playoff seasons are the penguins. >> it begins tomorrow. the indianapolis motor speedway today decided the 100th running of the indy 500.
montoya is crashing. race day is over. not so for alexander rossi. his car ran out of gas after he crossed the finish line. but he got the victory and he got to drink to that with the traditional milk drink. the north carolina women's lacrosse team defeated maryland to cap the national title. top seeded third national championship. that's sports. i'm ron burke. we'll be right back.
an arizona high school senior has been denied a chance to walk at graduation, even though he kept up with his classes while battling cancer. the senior class president was diagnosed with leukemia two years ago. he spent most of his junior year in and out of the doctor's office. he fell a couple of credits short. the school district denied him his cap and gown.
he had to watch from the sidelines. >> we don't have a choice. it's not our choice to be aware from school. just to watch was so difficult. >> it was so disappointing for me, because he didn't deserve it. he worked his tail off. >> he says he didn't expect a diploma. he just wanted to sit with his friends. there's no gray area or medical exemption in the district's policy. in young lacrosse players showed after their skills at penn park today. the group's mission is to encourage and support gay youth and stop bullies. it was inspired by 12-year-old bra braden lang who had the courage to come out. what peco is doing to make sure the weather doesn't put a damper on your memorial day plans. the champs are heading south. the honor for thevil villanova
we are tracking rain on this memorial day weekend. this video in to nbc 10 a short time ago shows people out on north broad street. hello and thanks for joining us and staying with us tonight. the rain is falling all across our region. send it over to our meteorologist. what can we expect throughout the night? >> a messy night in the forecast. we have had a great memorial day weekend. now tomorrow will be messy. keep that in mind tomorrow morning. give yourself extra time for the commute. a messy night and rounds of isolated thunderstorms. that tops off our discussion for tonight. our forecast is looking soupy anding ing ssoggy. one to two inches and isolated pockets of two plus. tomorrow, lots of clouds, some showers later on in the day topping out in the mid to upper
70s. warming up by tuesday and wednesday. i do have to say that my pick would be wednesday. a high pressure system will sit over the area. cooler for tomorrow and then warming up by tuesday and wednesday. it looks like some rain showers return by the end of the week. follow us on twitter. back to you. local power companies say they are prepared to deal with any possible outages that could happen as a result of tropical depression bonnie. peco has crewed on standby tonight. the wet weather prompted towns to cancel festivities tomorrow. downi inin inin downingtown canceled its parade. for a complete list of cancellations and changes, visit
nbc10.com or tap the nbc 10 app. fireworks lighting up the night sky over sesame place tonight. the amusement park put on quite the colorful show set to original sesame street music. the show put a smile on hundreds of young faces in bucks county tonight. holiday and food often go hand in hand. for many, memorial day weekend means it's time to fire up the grill. that was the case in fairmount park today. carol phillips and her family expected 60 people at their cookout. they had multiple grills going. for them, it's a family tradition. >> my family started, my mother started it, because it was my birthday and my brother and my s sister birthday. wi pare my parents passed away but we still do it. >> we saw this 3-year-old
looking to catch his dinner. he was on a fishing mission with his grandmother. a special salute to the men who fought in world war i and never made it home. ♪ friends of the 314th infantry regiment held their memorial service at the washington memorial chapel in valley forge park. they want to make sure people continue to remember the sacrifices made in the name of freedom. >> it helps me to remember all those that did participate in the wars and didn't come back. >> the 314th is the only unit that has met continuously since the end of world war i, meeting each year to honor the fallen. ♪ plenty of patriotism on display in south jersey. people lined the streets to
enjoy the town's memorial day parade. the festisttivities including marching bands and a bike decorating contest for young ones. you can check the first alert forecast and personalize it for your neighborhood, plus traffic alerts and push alerts as soon as news breaks. new at 11:00, a body found in a philadelphia park. police say a 60-year-old man was found unresponsive inside the park just before 3:00 this afternoon. medics pronounced him dead at the scene. authorities say the death does not appear suspicious. we have new information about a deadly bicycle crash in atlantic county last night. police say a 54-year-old man ran a red light while riding a bike at route 322 when he was struck by a car going through the intersection. investigators say the driver of
the car is cooperating with investigators. now let's get a look at some of the stories we will follow this week on nbc 10. one of the teen girls facing charges in the death of a classmate is scheduled to appear in court tuesday. a 16-year-old is charged with krim f criminally negligent homicide. she died last month after a fight in a bathroom at howard high school of technology in wilmington, new castle county. two other girls are facing charges. friends and family will bid a final farewell to a teenager who was killed earlier this month. funeral services will be held thursday morning. police say the 17-year-old was hit by a drunk driver last weekend while walking home with a friend. a suspect has been charged. on tuesday, the wildcats will head to the white house. president obama is set to honor the men's basketball team after they won the 2016 ncaa
championship. this will be villanova's second trip to the white house. they first won the title in 1985. bike fatalities on the rise. the nbc 10 investigators find the streets that have the most accidents and why the technology that could cut down on crashes could have drivers footing the bill. i'm tracking showers through the overnight hours. it looks like a soggy monday in the forecast. much cooler temperatures. details coming up in my full forecast.
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>> reporter: the sights and sounds of cycling. increasingly familiar to everyone who works, visits or lives in philadelphia. philly has the highest percentage of residents biking to work of any major city. but with new wheels on city roads, new concerns. >> it was saturday morning. police came to my door. >> reporter: this woman still feels the moment her life changed last month. her only son, a drexel grad, a philly bike computer, killed on his bike by a hit and run driver. he is one of 11 fatalities since the beginning of 2015. >> last item in the house and i'm just roaring in tears. it's my son that's gone. i'm never going to see him again. >> reporter: the investigators got records for every philly bike crash since 2014, more than
1,500 of them. we discovered crashes spread across the city, most happening in the afternoon and evening hours. we found a clear pattern. starting in june, crashes spiked to a monthly average of more than 80, nearly three a day. that continues through summer, peaking in september, with an average of 95 crashes. we found location patterns, too. broad street shows up more often than any other street. 76 crashes in just 2 1/2 years of reports. spruce street was a close second, 63 crashes, even with its painted bike lane. sarah, head of the bicycle coalition of greater philadelphia, is now focused on one leading cause, especially for the crashes that turn deadly. >> speeding is what causes a third of the fatalities in philadelphia. >> speeding is a real issue? >> one of the most important issues. >> speed is a factor in every
crash, every crash we investigate, whether auto versus auto, auto versus bike. >> this captain, the head of philly pd's accident investigations, agrees that speeding is one of the most common crash concerns. cycling advocates are pushing pennsylvania legislators on a plan to improve safety by targeting speeding drivers. they want to extend the red light camera program, add photo speed enforcement and allow local police to use radar. >> it's not about safety. it's about the money. >> reporter: this man of the national motorist association insist philly drivers would pay. his group is lobbying against the technology. he believes giving local police speed radar would distract them from more dangerous problems like aggressive driving or tailgating. >> if you give them radar, they
will be told, we have the radar, we paid for it, go out there and use it. >> reporter: this woman disagrees and pledges to take her push for policy change to the highest leaders. they says per son's case demonstrates the urgent need for new approaches. his hit and run driver still has not been found. >> i'm asking, please come forward. you cannot bring my son back. but you can make a difference in someone else's life. >> reporter: the street is getting protected bike lines separated by posts. advocates say their full list would require a budget twice as large as it is. to check the crashes along your own route to work, visit nbc10.com for a full map. for the investigators, george spencer, nbc 10 news.
good evening. look at what we can expect tonight into tomorrow. live look outside philadelphia. we are seeing some fog developing through the overnight hours. it looks luke h s like heavier tonight and thunderstorms as well. you will see your neighborhood forecast at the bottom of the screen. philadelphia, 72. winds are shifting a little bit. they are mild. here is the satellite and radar image. notice the rain headed out to sea towards the northeast. pockets of heavier downpours in the orange and red tell us we have heavier rain tonight into tomorrow. i stress that because i do think we will see localized flooding across the area. steady rain through the overnight hours for the entire delaware valley. what we can expect and when tonight through tomorrow. it looks like we could get anywhere between an inch to two inches of rainfall for the most part. expect localized flooding. otherwise, futurecast getting
started at 11:30 p.m. through tomorrow. notice how we see a break in those rain showers. still seeing lo ining lol ining. we have a cold front dipping down and a low that will continue to work its way out towards the northeast as we continue to get this going. there's a lot to talk about here. because we still have more rain showers tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening. improving by tuesday. then we have showers by the end of the week. we're still seeing showers moving through. we're not done yet. i expect fog tonight. tomorrow morning and tomorrow night into early tuesday morning. estimated rainfall totals for most part, one to two inches. that cold front will be quick. we have cooler temperatures as well and a shift in those wind speeds. extended ten-day outlook, keep in mind this is the average. we're seeing temperatures cooling down by tomorrow. a high mid to upper 70s. then by tuesday, we're seeing partly cloudy skies.
perhaps some early sprinkles. then upper 80s. by wednesday, we see cooler temperatures. thursday 70s into friday. notice we're starting to see slightly cooler temperatures for the upcoming weekend. not that bad. it looks like we could see showers by thursday into friday. of course, we will be tracking that for you. you can always follow us on social media. back to you. >> thank you. a close encounter on a florida beach. a boy is sent to the hospital after a run-in with a shark.
a florida teenager is recovering after a shark bit him on the leg. the 13-year-old was swimming in two feet of water off neptune beach when he was bitten. paramedics rushed the boy to the hospital with cuts to his legs. he is expected to be okay. at least two people are dead after a man opened fire at an auto body shop in houston. it led to a standoff with police and a neighborhood locked down.
police say the shooter barged into the shop this morning and started firing. a customer was killed. several others were hurt, including two police officers. a s.w.a.t. officer killed the suspect after more than an hour of gunfire. the two injured officers are out of the hospital and they are expected to be okay. four others are still hospitalized, including a person police believe may be a second suspect. so far, no word on a motive. i'm ron burke from comcast sports. the phillies needed a win today to avoid being swept. they would dig a hole for themselves early in the series. rizzo with an rbi single. safe at the plate. he represents the first run of the game. chicago jumps on top 1-0 in the first.
off the scoreboard, 2-0 cubs. in the third inning, are you sensing a theme? deep to right and that's history. things are not going well for the phillies. bryant stays in the park but drives home a run to make it 6-0 chicago. the lone bright spot for the phillies came in the person of joseph. he goes deep in the ninth. the phillies lose to the cubs 7-2. to the eagles. they will continueactivities bey next week. both offense and defense getting used to new systems. brandon graham went one on one with derek gun. >> what do you like about this scheme in terms of what you didn't have? >> i like that we attack first. i think he really trusted the d line to have a four man
pressure. i'm excited because he really believe in the d line, especially what we got here, especially based off what they did in the draft. you know, i can't wait to prove him right. >> because this scheme relies on four guys to get pressure on the quarterback, doesn't that put more pressure on you up front since you won't have as much help from the linebackers or safeties? >> it works together. we play together. i think with us it does start up front as far as bringing the energy and the nastiness of the defense. basically, for us, we got a group of leaders. we got connor, me, vinnie. you can go on. we don't shy away from criticizing each other in a positive way. we go out there and try to get work done. that's the goal every day is to get work done, not worry about nothing we can't control. i think that the message is coming across real big. coach wilson, that's something that he preaches every day. we just want that enforced every day. >> last week, somebody asked
you, how do you feel now that you are not considered a starter? they will start connor and vinnie. your response was, that own means they come out of the tunnel after that, it's about rotation. when you hear that, was it that? do you strongly feel, look, it's not about who starts it's how we finish? >> it's how you finish. if we winning, it don't matter. we all shine. i think the way he wants us to run the defense, he wants everybody fresh. we not just playing in the begin we playing for december, january and february. that's the goal. >> graham trying to get up to speed. they did so at the indianapolis motor speedway for the indy 500. lap 64, montoya crashes. he is out of the race. the winner is american rookie his car ran out of gas after he crossed the finish line. he refilled his tank with a swig
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once again. his target, a paper bulls eye, the size of an apple. it was suspended over the great wall of china. he dropped out of a helicopter. he covered 6,000 feet in 46 seconds. he came within inches of a direct hit before landing safely back on the ground. i don't know about that. i don't know if i would try that. >> i don't think i'm that gutsy. >> we have rain and -- >> lots of rain tonight. it's going to be messy, especially tomorrow morning. it's something to keep in mind. this weekend was deceiving. it was perfect, ideal. now we are getting the moisture. we're getting the cold front. the thunderstorms tonight and tomorrow and look at the satellite and radar image. it's messy out there. the big story is we're going to get downpours tonight and tomorrow. it looks like we could get maybe an inch or two in total for most of the area. isolated areas with two to two
and a half inches. it's not the ideal way to start your memorial day monday. for the most part, it was great saturday, today the entire day. the showers didn't get in until later this afternoon. >> thanks. the tropical system moving up the coast is putting a damper on the end of the holiday weekend. families down the jersey shore squeezed every last moment out of the beach today before the rain moved in. drew smith reports with a forecast of wet weather caused several changes in holiday plans. >> reporter: several shore towns have canceled memorial day parapap parades, others are moving inside. out here, foot traffic has slowed. some families choosing to travel home instead of being out here for a wet beach tomorrow. >> it's foggy outside. i don't like that. >> reporter: hazy conditions stuck around through the afternoon. many jersey who beachgoers say they still had a great time.
>> we had three good days. we can't complain. every other year it's been rainy and it's depressing. this year it was good vibes only. >> reporter: this woman is planning a departure back to the mainland early tomorrow. but this man's family will stick around. >> we will make it work. rain or shine, they will be down at the shore. >> reporter: these ladies wey i out to collect sea shells. they weren't pleased when we told them the forecast. not everyone is upset. people brave enough to get in the ocean aren't afraid of a little bad weather. >> probably come back out tomorrow. why not? >> reporter: shore businesses were busy today. they know it will be a challenge tomorrow. we checked with the power companies. they say they are ready in case the downpours turn severe. i'm drew smith, nbc 10 news. here is a live look outside. you can see a layer of fog over philadelphia. looks like a beautiful screen
out there. >> it does look pretty enticing. the deal is that, of course, visibility is hindered. not terrible right now but overnight into tomorrow it will be. it's a roller coaster ride with the ten-day forecast. cooler tomorrow, warmer tuesday. cooler by the end of the week. >> to talk about tomorrow, most of the heavy rain is coming overnight until the morning. will it affect the morning commute? >> yes. we could see isolated pockets of heavier downpours early. localized flooding, that's my biggest concern. of course, when you wake up, a little earlier, we will see the patchy fog. another issue to deal with. tomorrow night into tuesday, more fog. then i promise, by wednesday the pick of the week, wednesday of all days, pick of the week, it's going to be gorgeous. a high pressure will keep sunny skies in place. not that muggy and temperatures comfortable. >> something to look forward to. that's nbc 10 news for now. for all of us here, have a good night and a great memorial day.
this week on "in depth," the team sits down to share its most memorable moments from are the show. revealing stories -- >> in my life, i paid the ultimate sacrifice. >> candid interviews. how surprised were you by how it all ended? >> oh, i was shocked. >> and moments that kept us laughing. >> there is a harp player right there. he puts him on a flatbed truck. >> he does? >> yeah. >> i thought that was a joke! >> we share our favorite interviews. >> i sit in front of the mirror, and i go cha, cha, cha! >> and what happened once the cameras stopped rolling. >> his girlfriend, i didn't want you to do it, your mom was a nervous wreck. she didn't want you