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william lynn next year. with monsignor william lynn out on bail, williams is already planning the prosecution against him. while some evidence detailing the history of priest abuse and cover-up in the archdiocese may very well not be allowed in court this time around. williams believes his team will have enough to convince a jury to convict lynn again. >> when allegations were made, of sexual abuse against priests in our archdiocese, how they would handle that, how they would not tell the police, how they would tell the parishioners that the priest is being moved for health reasons. >> reporter: d.a. williams did not waiver in his decision to retry the case, in large part he said because of the abuse survivors. an attorney in philadelphia for some of those survivors explains another conviction for lynn would be significant. but it shouldn't stop there. >> the only way to move the ball forward is with the archdiocese
to come clean, so to speak. not oppose the statute of limitations retroactive provisions, and allow survivors to come forward, and get the justice they want. >> reporter: we also spoke to monsignor lynn's attorney. he said even if a second jury convicts his client, lynn would probably only serve about two months in prison because that's how much time he has left on the sentence from his first conviction from the first trial. even though, d.a. seth williams said it's worth it in the fight for justice for the victims in this case. reporting live in center city, i'm rosemary connors, nbc 10 news. >> rosemary, thank you. nbc 10 was the only local station there when lynn walked out of prison late this afternoon. lynn was being held about two and a half hours north of philadelphia in wayne county. even if prosecutors get his conviction reinstated, he may not spend much more time in prison. deanna durante explains.
>> reporter: this is the prison where monsignor william lynn has been housed. his ride showed up here just after 2:30 this afternoon. a white suv pulled up to building number 14. the person that was driving that car brought him a change of clothes and less than 20 minutes later, lynn left the prison here heading back to the philadelphia area. this is not the first time william lynn has been released from prison. his case has gone to the higher court, his original conviction in 2012. it's been historic for the church. lynn was not accused of himself harming a child, but was accused of moving a priest around and not protecting the children in the church. his attorney blamed the judge for allowing evidence in the trial that did not pertain to lynn. >> she permitted the introduction of abuse by 21 other priests over the period of
time from the '40s, '50s, '60s that he had nothing to do with. >> reporter: they will allow the monsignor a new trial, which is scheduled to begin in 2017. >> he had a 36-month sentence. he's done 33 months. the parole board granted him parole as of october. so the worst that could happen is he could be convicted and sentenced to two months. >> reporter: bergstrom said he will have the trial, quote, he should have had in the first place, and that questionable evidence will not be allowed into the case this time. the trial lasted nearly a month and jury deliberation, several weeks after that. in wayne county, deanna durante, nbc 10 news. police in atlanta county are looking for the driver who hit and killed a one mother in a crosswalk and left her there to dry. aubrey servis leaves behind a young son and daughter.
servis' mother said her daughter was crossing the street in galloway township before 10:30 last night. that's when the driver of a silver older model suv ran a red light and hit her. the victim's mother has a message for the person who killed her daughter. >> do the right thing and turn yourself in. you know you hit something. and how would you feel if it was one of your family members. >> police say the suv is possibly a 1990s chevy tahoe or suburban. it should have front end damage on the driver's side. let's talk about your first alert weather now. perfect day for ball games. these kids hit the diamond in burlington county today. a little bit of relief from the midday sunshine. >> let's get an update from meteorologist sheena parveen. >> you know, we have our new
tool, our brand-new tool, storm ranger 10. we drove it out to where we have the only shower in the area right now, so conditions are starting to improve. right now, on the radar, most of us dry. but we do have one shower in parts of berks county. and that is where we drove storm ranger 10. this is our newest tool here at nbc 10. we are the only news station that has it. we're the only place you're going to find it. it is a mobile radar. so it is a radar with wheels. that is the red sweeping radar. the white sweeping radar, those are stationary radars. the reason why we have storm ranger 10 is because we can drive it out to places to see a better view of these storms, where stationary radars may be missing pieces of information. and that's why this tool is going to be so important for us, and for forecasting purposes for you at home as well especially when it comes time for winter weather. we can tell you what type of precip is falling. we can move storm ranger 10 wherever we want, whenever we want, in any type of weather. now we'll zoom in.
there you see it, right near new morgan. rain across 76. heavy shower is actually moving to the south. it will continue moving from reading to parts of lancaster county. it is the only one in the area so we're starting to see conditions dry out. if you're in parksburg, you expect it by 5:54. it will start to skim western portions of chester county. again, if it holds together. but storm ranger 10 will be out there and continuing to track that for you. the rest of the area, the clouds are around, temperatures a lot cooler today. 80 degrees in philadelphia. lehigh valley coming in near 80 degrees. delaware, low 80s. with a little bit more in the way of sunshine. we'll take a look at your forecast and more sunshine for tomorrow, along with some still cool temperatures, that's coming up. now to the decision 2016. president obama today delivered a major shot against donald trump. speaking from the white house, the president said trump is
unfit to be his successor. nbc's scott mcfarland has more on the race for the white house. >> reporter: at a packed school rally in virginia, donald trump blasted both hillary clinton and president obama. >> with hillary, you'll have four more years of obama. you know what, if you have four more years of obama, our country's finished. >> reporter: the return fire came not from clinton, but from president obama, during a news conference with the prime minister of singapore. he said trump is unfit and unqualified for the white house. >> he doesn't appear to have basic knowledge around critical issues. he's woefully unprepared to do this job. >> reporter: he said trump's controversial comments have forced some republicans to criticize him, too. >> why are you still endorsing him? what does this say about your party that this is your standard bearer? >> reporter: a new nbc news survey monkey poll has shown trump has fallen four points
below hillary clinton. trump blistered clinton today calling her a liar and crook. >> she wants to play the tough one. she's not tough. she's not tough. i know tough people. she's not tough. >> reporter: outside the rally, lewis dorfman showed nbc news a copy of his purple heart he planned to give to trump. >> a constant reminder that people are still getting wounded today. >> reporter: trump called dorfman to the stage. >> i always wanted to get the purple heart. this was much easier. >> reporter: a moment amid controversy for trump over his statements about a military family who criticized. scott mcfarland, nbc news. there are 98 days until election day. the presidential candidates are making their play for pennsylvania with vastly different resources. the trump camp is relying on state and national republican staffers to push his message. the campaign's website said it has five open offices. by tomorrow, the clinton
campaign will have 33 offices and 300 staffers throughout the state. >> we have to get out there to the people and let them know that you are serious about running for president. >> there's also a huge difference in the campaign's ad buys. the clinton campaign has $100 million committed, while the trump campaign has around $1 million. mike bloomberg said his support for hillary clinton doesn't relate to other democrats. toomey is facing a tough reelection battle against democrat katy mcgincginty. the new york billionaire is an independent. he also runs a super pac that has spent millions on both parties in previous elections. still ahead on nbc 10 news at 5:00, did donald trump really throw a baby out of his rally in virginia?
you'll hear for yourself coming up on nbc 10 news at 5:00. a short time ago, the delaware supreme court ruled the state's death penalty law is unconstitutional. the justices said it's because a judge can sentence a person to death, regardless of what the jury recommends, and does not require jurors to be unanimous. the u.s. supreme court made a similar ruling earlier this year. delaware isn't the only local state debating its death penalty. pennsylvania governor tom wolf put a moratorium on executions last year. opponents are now challenging it in court. new jersey abolished the death penalty back in 2007. 1,000 jobs are staying in delaware, after a company decided to keep its global headquarters in wilmington. they say they considered other locations, including new jersey and pennsylvania. but recent reforms to delaware's corporate income tax helped make their decision to stay.
the company spun off from dupont last year. today new jersey governor chris christie praised state educators for boosting test scores. students in the garden state improved from last year, and the partnership for assessment of readiness for college and careers test. a passing grade on the test could soon become a requirement for graduation. however, thousands of parents refuse to let their children take the exam, calling it too time-consuming. meanwhile, local police officers say they want to build better relationships with their communities. but they might have some work cut out for them. >> when a police officer comes up to me, i don't even want to talk to the cops now. at this point, i feel -- >> live in camden. two sides try to come together. a bucks county couple accused of giving their child to this man. today, all of them went before a judge, and listen to the daughter's horrific story.
family and friends paid their final respects today to a philadelphia firefighter who died in the line of duty last month. funeral services were held for gabriel lee in north philadelphia today. lee was then laid to rest at ivy hill cemetery. the 17-year veteran was found unresponsive during a night shift at engine 50 fire station in north philadelphia ten days ago. he died a short time later. a personal story was shared as the son of a philadelphia firefighter. >> part of me, the smells of the firehouse, the people, the families, they're all so important to me. and i can't imagine -- my father's 81 years old -- and i can't imagine having lost my dad when he was 42. >> investigator have not said how lee died. national night out. a yearly tradition all across the country. but after the tragic killings in
dallas, baton rouge, it's really taken on a bit of a different meaning for local police officers. >> nbc 10's south jersey reporter cydney long is live in camd camden, where this year's national night out is about to start. this is all about improving the public's relationship with police. >> reporter: denise, 110% it is. police tell me it has to be. they consider this year's national night out more meaningful. and an opportunity to create those strong bonds with the neighbors here. we asked both police and the residents how they worked together to achieve that goal. beyond the face paint and block parties, if you had to choose a worked that bridges the gap between the public and police, what's that board? >> partnership. absolute partnership. an equal partnership. >> reporter: we didn't just pose the question to police. >> us in the community, just the general respect. >> reporter: police, neighbors here, across new jersey and
nationwide will come together for national night out to level the playing field. it comes after black men have been killed by police and the retaliation murders of police officers in dallas, and baton rouge. in camden, the tension still thrives. >> when a police officer comes up to me, i don't even want to talk to the cops. >> reporter: lieutenant zack james is acutely aware. he traveled to dallas to attend the officers' funerals. >> it was an emotional thing. to stand there where my fellow officers fell. to see the bullet holes, to see the markings on the ground. >> reporter: it's something he will convey to the community tonight that police are the fabric of the community, too. >> they have to work on their interaction with the community. you know what i'm saying? they got to know how to interact with people, specifically black males. >> reporter: his one word was respect. your one word was partnership. not too far off. >> no, in a partnership you have to have respect. that's the one thing that
transcends. we get our power from the people. they have to trust us. >> reporter: you can see the music is on, the grill is turned on for the barbecue. camden is sponsoring eight events in neighborhoods across this city. they say, quote, to touch every corner of this community. this is one of 16,000 happening nationwide. live in camden, cydney long, nbc 10 news. >> thank you, cydney. how well the body cameras protect the civil rights of people. the police department say body cameras limited officer discretion on when to record and addresses personal privacy concerns. the report by the leadership conference on civil and human rights said problems include allowing officers to view the footage before filing a report and not expressly allowing individuals to reveal footage.
an author of the report calls philadelphia's program hit-or-miss. >> do a good job of limiting the view of officers and when they're ryder to turn on their cameras. on the other hand, they don't have special processes to allow recorded individuals to get access to that footage. >> philadelphia body cameras, the program has much room for improvement. well, taking your dog out today, it was cloudy. temperatures cooler than normal. especially compared to last week. this was in fishtown today. nice conditions really for everybody. you can still wear short sleeves and shorts. but some areas only made it into the 70s today with that onshore wind. so a lot cooler out there. finally the clouds are starting to break in parts of the area. as we go through this evening, the clouds will slowly continue
to break. some more sunshine as you wake up tomorrow morning. way more than what we saw today. also, your seven-day is right at the bottom of your screen. temperatures will be comfortable over the next few days. but heating up as we get into the weekend. a live look at center city. the clouds are keeping us a little cooler. we have doppler radar here showing showers from berks county into lancaster county. our radar sweeps are white. it shows the radars that don't move. but they tend to miss things sometimes, which is why we now have storm ranger 10. it is the only mobile radar you will see at a news station. we are the only ones that have it now. this is our new weather tool. we can move this thing anywhere we want. if you are watching in gloucester county. today it's in berks county. the red sweep indicates where our mobile radar is. we can drive it anywhere we want. it fills in the gaps that other radars miss. we get a better view of the storm, better details. we can drive it into any type of weather whenever and wherever we
want. this is going to be really good, especially come winter. because we can tell you what's actually hitting the ground now that we can move this thing around, whether it's snow hitting the ground or rain hitting the ground. it will improve our forecast big-time. we're getting into parts of lancaster county. there's our truck right near new morgan in parts of berks county. heavy rain moving into lancaster county. it will skim western parts of westchester county here. parksburg by 5:49. russellville 6:12. east nottingham by about 6:30. the only shower in the area, though, the rest of the area is dry with the clouds trying to break apart. temperatures are cooler today because of the onshore wind. it's 80 degrees in philadelphia. low 80s through much of delaware. mostly northern delaware. 78 degrees now in uclein township. bucks county coming in about the mid to upper 70s for the most
part. the wind is coming in from the west and northwest. that's helping to really keep those temperatures comfortable today. now, as we go through tonight, the clouds will continue to break. then we go into tomorrow. you'll be waking up with a lot more sunshine for your wednesday. and we'll be staying dry as we end out the week but then we start to heat up again going into the weekend with a chance of showers. i'll show you that forecast coming up. "sesame street" says it's sorry. they admitted mistakes surrounding three popular characters. the roles of lewis the handyman, gordon and bob mcraft were reduced due to the demands of the series' half-hour format. the ceo said they did a bad job explaining the change. he's been to congress, served as vice president, and now he's officiating weddings? next at 5:00, a new role for joe biden. plus this. to insult the families of fallen soldiers is absolutely
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joined together two longtime white house staffers. the ceremony took place at the vice president's residence. afterwards, joe biden said, proud to marry two great guys. harsh words for donald trump over his criticism of the parents of a u.s. soldier killed in iraq. >> germantown celeste said insulting the families of fallen soldiers is absolutely unacceptable for someone who wants to be a leader. end quote. for days, trump was criticized at the dnc. the captain died after an attack by a suicide bomber. celeste said she understands their pain. her son was also killed by an explosion in iraq. >> i thought they were both very brave. but i really -- i did predict in my mind that there will be some kind of backlash against them.
and was really kind of shocked at how vicious that backlash was. i wanted to say to somebody, do you have any idea what it's like to open the door to the casualty officer? do you have any idea what that feels like when they tell you your child is gone? you relive, and you try not to relive it. but you do. >> today new jersey governor chris christie, a trump supporter, called the republican presidential's attacks on gonezala inappropriate. some called it a house of horrors. >> police finding dozens of girls living in a man's bucks county home. that man faced a judge and one of his alleged victims. we'll have her powerful story next at 5:00. will the wildwoods be no more? why neighbors in one area want to change their name.
a dozen girls found living in a man's home. two amish parents giving away their child. those are just some of the horrific allegations surrounding a case out of bucks county. >> now a judge said the suspects involved can be held for trial. nbc 10's monique braxton joins us now from the courthouse. monique, we also heard from one of the alleged victims today.
>> reporter: that's right, denise. she was frightened but confident. the key witness was the victim, gifted by her parents to the man now accused of statutory sexual assault. would you like to say anything, mr. kaplan? >> not today. >> reporter: he denied comment after the hearing in which the judge said this case will go to trial. the 18-year-old said she was 14, explained their relationship. she testified, kaplan had fathered their two little girls. she also said her mother had lived with them since the first child was more than three years ago. when asked if she still cares for kaplan, she said yes. >> every victim experiences things differently. so i don't think that it's atypical or typical. >> reporter: three dozen amish listened to the evidence. in mid-june, police were sent to 428 old state road.
a neighbor called regarding the health and safety of children. police found 12 females, ranging in age from 6 months to 18. sources tell us the girls are together now in the custody of bucks county children and youth services. during the investigation, police learned daniel and savilla stoltsfus gave their daughter to kaplan. a bucks county judge recently denied kaplan's request to sell his house, which has been seized by the court. but the judge is allowing kaplan to sell items inside the home including a valuable train set. tonight everyone remains on bond. kaplan as well as daniel stotlzfus. the bond is million. one week ago for savilla it was reduced.
new video just in to nbc 10. surveillance cameras captured a smash-and-grab at a jewelry store at montgomery mall. it happened at the hellsberg diamonds. the men were wearing all black and masks as they smashed the jewelry displays. they got out of the store with about $10,000 worth of merchandise. anyone who saw what happened or has any information is asked to contact police. here's some of the other stories making headlines right now. monsignor william lynn out of jail. he became the first catholic church official in this country to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse by priests. today a judge granted lynn bail. the ruling came after pennsylvania's highest court granted him a new trial. police in atlanta county are looking for the driver who hit and killed a young mother. aubrey servis was on her way to the store last night. she was crossing the intersection when the driver of a silver older model suv ran a
red light and struck her. police say the suv should have front-end damage on the driver's side. donald trump is trailing democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton, according to the latest nbc news monkey poll. clinton's post-convention bounce has given her an eight-point lead after the dnc wrapped up in philadelphia. the same poll last week did not show a jump for trump following the rnc. the winds were whipping through center city today. the leaves barely holding on to these trees near 20th and market. >> what's in store for us later on tonight. sheena parveen is here with your neighborhood forecast. what can we expect, sheena? >> you saw the clouds around today, too. those will be slowly breaking up as we go through tonight. temperatures will stay cooler. it's going to be pretty comfortable outside. on the radar right now, we have one shower moving into lancaster
county from berks county. these are the stationary radars we always use in white. we cannot move them but we do have a new tool at nbc 10. this is our new mobile radar. so that is the red sweeping radar that you see, if you were watching us yesterday afternoon you saw storm ranger 10 in glassboro, gloucester county. we've now moved it into berks county. because that's where the showers are today. so whenever we move storm ranger throughout the viewing area, so we can get a better look at storms. now, because we can move this anywhere we want, we fill in the gaps that other radars tend to miss, because we can't move those radars. but we can move storm ranger 10. it's right near new morgan right now in berks county. we're watching one heavy shower in parts of lancaster county. when we get into winter weather, this is going to be a great tool, because it will be able to fill in those gaps so we can actually see what type of precip is hitting the grain, whether it be rain, snow, or freezing rain. so tune in right here, especially as we get into winter
so you can see that. this particular shower continuing to move through lancaster county. the rest of the area is dry. we'll keep seeing the clouds break up as we go through tonight. live look at citizens bank park. a little bit breezy out there. the skies are starting to clear. very comfortable by 7:00 p.m. 79 degrees. by 10:00 tonight, 73 degrees and dry. tomorrow morning, you'll see a lot more sunshine when you wake up. we'll be heating up going into the weekend with a chance for storms. that's straight ahead. people in new jersey frustrated by long waits for car registrations and licenses, got some advice today from their governor. governor chris christie said that don't wait until the end of the month, and renew your paperwork online. today christie blamed the long lines on a new computer system. meanwhile, the first state is among the first when it comes to early childhood education. the u.s. secretary of education and governor jack markell toured
classrooms today at the early learning program at wilmington. delaware is one of 20 states that received more than $1 billion from the federal race to the top challenge. the grant money has been used to ep roll more young children in the programs. voters in north wildwood may get a chance to weigh in on their name to angle sea. that's the original name. city council could decide to place a nonbinding question about the switch on november's ballot. we've all seen those rides that send riders shooting up into the sky and free fall to the ground. instead of one tower, how about three of them. instead of one height, they're offering riders the choice of anywhere from 80 feet to 189 feet. and with the increase in height, bring it on, comes higher fees i do like those rides. coming up, a new warning for pregnant women.
kicking out disruptive protesters at his campaign events. >> he gave the boot today to a crying baby. at a rally in virginia, trump was talking about china. he led the crowd to believe the crying baby was welcome. told supporters how much he loved babies. but after a few minutes the persistent wailing appears to get on trump's words. >> i was only kidding. you can get the baby out of here. that's all right. don't worry. i think she believed me i loved having a baby crying while i'm
speaking. that's okay. people don't understand. >> democratic vice presidential nominee tim kaine heard about trump's baby episode saying, sometimes you wonder who the baby is. end quote. new york republican congressman richard hannah has become the first member of his party saying he is not voting for donald trump. hannah said today, quote, trump is unfit to serve our party and cannot lead this country. he is unrepentant in all things. instead, hannah is throwing his vote to the other side of the aisle and hillary clinton, saying, while i disagree with her on many issues, i will vote for mrs. clinton. more members of the democratic party are resigning in the wake of an embarrassing e-mail hack. the democratic national convention sent its chief financial officer and communications designer, they left their jobs. earlier today, dnc chief executive amy daisy resigned. the latest fallout from the
hacked e-mail that showed a lack of neutrality in the race between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. the voter registration, in washington, d.c. today, several faith-based groups are voting right activists, launching the together we vote campaign. the coalition plans to recruit and train 15,000 volunteers, in states like florida and pennsylvania. >> we'll talk to 1 million voters. in particular, those voters that have been ignored, or not considered as relevant. >> voters' rights advocates are getting help from the courts. a series of rulings softened laws in several states. next at 5:00, is there something in the water? how south jersey's making a real splash at the olympics in rio.
in lane four, punching her ticket at world! firsttime olympian! >> south jersey's kelsey whirl is going for gold in rio. coming in first in the 100-meter butterfly. >> her journey began like this one. the ymca. a three-time state champion in high school. nbc 10's jacqueline london spent time with whirl at her home in west hampton. she asked kelsey if there was something special about south
jersey in particular which is sending 14 athletes to the olympic games. >> i don't know. we should get together. i'll have to hang out with them sometime. and it's really special to bring some awareness to south jersey, because it's fairly small. small world. >> kelsey is the oldest of six. her parents, bob and erica, are making the trip to rio to cheer on their daughter at the olympic games. we'll have much more on kelsey and her family in our going for gold special. watch it this saturday at 7:00, only on nbc 10. and we are just three days away from the opening ceremonies. nbc 10's jacqueline london is with our team in rio. you'll see her report starting tomorrow on nbc 10 news at 4:00. right now, on nbc10.com, could a local olympian carry the american flag into the opening ceremonies? you can cast your vote for wrestler jordan burro, or carly
loi. the winner will be revealed tomorrow on the "today" show. the nbc 10 first alert weather team is committed to bringing you the best possible forecast. now we have a new tool to make that happen. it's called storm ranger 10. and you can think about it as a radar on wheels. >> it looks really cool, too. meteorologist krystal cline is going to explain how it helps us a better neighborhood forecast. right, krystal? >> reporter: yeah, you know, this thing is amazing. we showed you yesterday some of the inside of the vehicle. now i want to give you a full tour on the outside of the vehicle. now, we've got a lot down here. i'm not going to pull that out because it's raining. storm ranger 10 doing just what it was intended to do, picking up where the rain is. that panel helps us actually control the radar. and there you can see that dome is set up on a hydraulic system. that's how we lift that dome, and turn it on, so that we can
gather that most important data, that closest data for you guys right where the storms are falling. which, again, right now we're in morgantown. then we go around the truck, bear with me as we go around, it's a long, long vehicle here. you've got your driver's side. a full cab, very comfortable for our driver as well as our reporter or meteorologist. and on top of the truck we've got the weather station. that gives us information on temperatures, wind speeds and also helps us to make sure we're in safe enough conditions where we are. finally, if you take a look, we do have cameras that are mounted on the windshield, one that takes a look at us, one that takes a look at the road. and on the roof of the truck we have a third camera as well that can watch the skies. and of course, all of this making storm ranger 10 an unprecedented vehicle in our industry. sheena, pretty exciting to be out here again. >> yeah, crystal. it is exciting, because we can drive that thing anywhere we want, wherever we want in any type of weather.
a lot of different tools on storm ranger 10. it is a mobile radar. it has wheels on it. take a look right now at the area, the white sweeping radars. these are all of our stationary radars across the area. these don't move. and sometimes in certain situations they tend to miss things, which is why we do have storm ranger 10. that is the red sweeping radar there. and that is exactly where krystal is right now with the truck. the red sweeping radar, that is our mobile radar. if you watched us yesterday, we drove storm ranger 10 into new jersey, gloucester county. today we've driven it into berks county, where we have the closest shower in the area. so that shower actually is moving into lancaster county. but there you see our radar right near new morgan, and right around 76 there. we're going to watch that heavy rain shower. that's going to continue to slide into the south. storm ranger 10 is going to be a fantastic tool for our station. no other station has it. especially when it comes time for winter weather. we can tell you exactly what kind of precip is actually
hitting the ground, because we can move it wherever we want. right now, though, we're looking at cooler temperatures. onshore wind giving us a cooler day today. the wind direction mostly east-northeast. 80 in philadelphia. pennsylvania suburbs coming in at 73 degrees. south jersey mostly in the upper 70s. little breaks of sunshine through parts of delaware, and that's where we'll be seeing more sun into tomorrow. that wind direction is helping temperatures in some places to stay only in about the mid to upper 70s. more sunshine as we go through tomorrow. the clouds will be breaking. especially overnight tonight, and through the day tomorrow. plenty of sunshine when you're waking up. in the end of the week we start to heat up again. hot and humid from friday into saturday with a chance of storms on saturday as well. but here's a look at future weather for tonight. clearing as we go into your wednesday. you'll need the sunglasses tomorrow. temperatures will still be very comfortable, especially as we go into thursday.
sunny skies again. we do stay dry. we go into friday, humidity starts to increase a little bit more. temperatures will be hotter. and then you see the rain approaching as we get into your weekend. temperatures tomorrow, though, 84 fairmount. chestnut hill 82 degrees. reading 83 degrees tomorrow afternoon. if you're at longport, expect temperatures in the upper 70s. only 80 degrees in dover. so very comfortable day, again tomorrow. we'll stay comfortable as we go into thursday. saturday, low 90s. thunderstorms. by sunday we expect it to be dry. sunny back in the upper 80s. we go into next week, a pretty dry pattern sets up with temperatures back into the 90s. lester holt joins us now from the nbc studios in new york. >> he has a look at what's coming up on "nbc nightly news." hey, lester. >> keith and denise, i'm a little bit of a tech geek, so
tell sheena i think the storm ranger 10 is awesome. president obama has a sharp comment for donald trump. how is the water as we count down to the olympian games three days away. you heard it for years, floss every day. what are the benefits of flossing, what if they were never actually proven? the debate rocking the dentist's chair when we see you back here for "nbc nightly news." >> we'll send storm ranger 10 up to new york, just so you can see it, lester. >> only if i get to do some stuff with it. >> right. the zika virus made history. >> for the first time the cdc is telling people to stop traveling to parts of the united states because of the virus. a closer look at the warning and who it affects next at 5:00. a reminder that football season is right around the corner. the eagles have their first preseason game against tampa bay next thursday. you can watch it on csn or kozy
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insect repellant instead. this is the neighborhood just north of miami. home to at least a dozen locally transmitted zika cases. the small outbreak of the virus that can cause devastating birth defects, prompted the centers for disease control to warn pregnant women, stay away from the area. >> this is the first time in recent history that the federal government has issued a travel advisory for a part of the continental u.s. it's specific to this one neighborho neighborhood. >> reporter: it's one square mile. the problem is humans who go into an area become infected by a mosquito bite, then travel elsewhere. >> i think what we really need to see is this outbreak in the winwood section of miami that we could see multiple outbreaks. >> reporter: now workers with the florida department of health are going door to door collecting urine samples and
continuing to test for zika. they say pregnant women who live or work in the area should do everything they can to avoid mosquitoes. by using bug spray with deet and staying indoors as much as possible. they also advise using condoms throughout their entire pregnancy, to avoid sexual transmission of the zika virus. erica edwards, nbc 10 news. next at 6:00, something you don't often see. a suspect's family apologizing to police. the message to officers, next. plus, governor chris christie on donald trump's transition team. why he's not behind trump, and the latest controversy with the cahn family, next. i'm hillary clinton and i approved this message.
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rosenfield. william lynn was the first catholic church official charged and convicted in helping to shield child molesters. a judge overturned the ruling last week. three hours ago william lynn walked out of the prison about 20 miles outside scranton. only nbc 10 was there. nbc 10's rosemary connors joins us live from center city now with more on what's next. rosemary? >> reporter: well, jim, here at the district attorney's office in center city, prosecutors over the coming months will be mapping out their case against monsignor william lynn for a second time. now, his new trial is expected to be scheduled for sometime next year. but already, plenty of people are weighing in on the case. and his release from prison earlier today on $250,000 bail. in center