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the american people deserve to get the full and complete facts immediately. >> damage control for hillary clinton. the fbi revives the investigation into her private server with the discovery of new e-mails. we have details coming up. everybody was getting together. you work in the morning, guy be here and come and pick you up. >> riders making plans in case of a septa walkout as union workers get signs ready for a possible strike. a live look outside this saturday morning. we will enjoy warmer weather this weekend, will it last through halloween? the first alert neighborhood forecast next. good morning. this is nbc10 news today.
i am rosemary connors. it is 5:00 this saturday. thanks for being with us. let's get to the weekend weather with meteorologist krystal klei. >> good morning. looking at temperatures now, we see we're pretty chilly over a lot of the board. 33 in allentown, 31 in pottstown, also 33 in trenton. philadelphia is doing better than a lot of us, 41 degrees now. dover at 38. lancaster, 36. we see a lot of spots at or below freezing. this morning a chilly start out there. as we move forward, things look better today. in fact, there's going to be a big warmup day. radar and satellite showing no rain to track out there to start our saturday morning. we do see clouds that are mostly sitting north and west of us. going to bring in scattered clouds in the forecast today. as we move forward, you can see on wider view no activity in today's forecast. that's staying north and should be a dry, warmer day ahead.
in fact, the whole weekend, talking a big warmup moving forward. we will take a closer look at that and talk end of weekend rain. we're dry today and much of sunday, that will change by the end of the weekend and details on the halloween forecast, all of that coming in a few minutes. >> see you shortly. thanks, krystal. breaking news out of bucks county. police are investigating a shooting at a park in perkasie. you can see emergency vehicles in the area. this is on north 2nd street. we are working to get details on the shooting. as soon as we have new information, we will bring it to you. you know, we've heard these rumors, we don't know what to believe. i'm sure there will be even more rumors. >> hillary clinton now dealing with a political bombshell ten days from the election. the fbi says it's investigating
new e-mails connected to the democratic presidential nominee, her top aide, and the aide's estrange td husband, disgraced former congressman anthony weiner. sources say the fbi found the e-mails on his laptop looking into allegations that he sent inappropriate messages to an underage girl in an unrelated case. he is the estranged wife of huma abedin. sources say she sent e-mails on the same laptop weiner used to send inappropriate messages and photos. here's the focus. the fbi checking to see if any of abedin's e-mails to clinton were classified. it is not yet known if newly discovered e-mails are duplicates they already investigated. monique braxton is live in the digital operation center. monique, it started with a letter from the fbi director to congress. tell us about it. >> reporter: that's right, rosemary. donald trump said the fbi would not release information unless
it was the most egregious criminal defense. meantime, secretary clinton says she wants to know what the fbi has discovered. take a look at the video we have for you this morning. messages from abedin to clinton. clinton federal investigators back on the private e-mail server case. the fbi director james comey letter to congress says e-mails may be pertinent but did not say if they revealed any government secrets. in july comey said the investigation was over and recommended no charges. last night clinton urged full disclosure by the fbi. >> director comey noted that the new information may not be significant so let's get it out. so we don't know the facts which is why we are calling on the fbi to release all of the information that it has. >> reporter: clinton's white house poenlt, republican donald trump pounced on the e-mail issue at a rally in iowa last night.
>> the fbi would never have reopened this case at this time unless it were a most egregious criminal offense. it is everybody's hope that justice at last can be delivered. >> reporter: trump also praised the fbi one day after blasting the bureau for its handling of the e-mail investigation. we're going to be monitoring campaign appearances today. mrs. clinton will be in florida, trump will be campaigning in colorado and arizona. live for now in the digital operations center, monique braxton, nbc10 news. >> thanks for that. donald trump's running mate indiana governor mike pence seized on the announcement campaigning in bucks county. he commended the fbi at a rally in bensalem and added this. >> we call on the fbi to immediately release all the e-mails pertinent to their
reopened investigation. the american people have a right to know! >> here's former president bill clinton who did not mention the fbi investigation while stumping for his wife in reading yesterday. >> this is one of four shirts i own made in reading, pennsylvania. >> the former president attacked donald trump for making products overseas. for more on decision 2016, check out the nbc10 app. find them speaking about issues that are important to them. they speak to students about climate change. septa transport union are preparing for possibility of a strike. last week dozens got picket signs ready to see what happens
tuesday. if the strike happens, it is possible it could last into the start of the presidential election. work stoppage would force volunteers to find another way to get to election day locations. since pennsylvania didn't have early voting, it makes voting more important. some passengers we spoke to at a bus stop told us they plan to car pool with co-workers. >> getting together, if you work in the morning, guy come and pick you up. put gas in the gas tank, get to work. >> other passengers told us they may rely on uber and lyft to get to work if septa goes off the job. talks are expected to continue each day. the deadline is monday night into tuesday morning. seven minutes past 5:00 this saturday. a fiery flight. we take you to chicago where a
plane burst into flames on the runway. hear from one of the passengers that says it is nothing short of a close call. temple university doubles up on police after last night's flash mob left students injured. we'll take a closer look. i've seen what can happen as the result of hate. my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar who pretended to be gay. they offered
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welcome back. chilly start to the morning out there. the good news is temperatures will be bumping up this afternoon warmer than what we've been seeing
and we're looking to stay dry. live camera in philadelphia, 41 degrees. winds are calm. you can see still dark outside but no rain on the camera's lens. instead today will be scattered clouds in the forecast with sun as well. 42 the temperature at 8:00 a.m. moving throughout today, tracking temperature bumping up around the upper 60s to low 70s for much of the area, including philadelphia with the forecast high of 71 degrees. in the suburbs we start chilly.
39 degrees at 8:00 this morning. then move forward, scattered clouds through the day, breezy, about 65 by 4:00 p.m. through the lehigh valley, the same forecast. starting cooler, 33 degrees right through 8:00 a.m., meaning you probably want to grab a bigger jacket. delaware, 39 degrees, same for jersey, little better on the shore. notice all locations across the board seeing sunshine with a mix of clouds. temperatures moving to the mid to upper 60s, although i think we should make it through 70s through parts of delaware. for wind speeds, it will be breezy today. winds 10 to 15 miles per hour. gusts up to 25. we will talk more about that warming trend through the weekend coming up in a few minutes. 11 minutes past 5:00 this saturday. here's a live look at the sports complex in south philly where a busy day is on tap. good thing the weather is decent. 12:30, 76 ers host atlanta.
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wings burst into flames as you can see. fortunately both pilots escaped without injury. the plane was carrying mail but officials say it appears to be undamaged. a rare uncontained engine failure, that's what they call this fire that chased panicked passengers off the plane. nearly two dozen people were injured. you're looking at cell phone video of chaos in the plane at o'hare international airport. passengers tumble down the emergency chute and later stood in the grass off the runway watching the american airlines they just escaped go up in flames. >> worst thing happened you can imagine. 20 seconds later we would all be dead. >> the injured passengers and crew member injuries were not serious. they're looking for the cause of the fire. temple university doubling police presence following this
attack. more than 100 teens and young adults formed a flash mob, injuring students and police officers last week. four teenagers were arrested in the case. nbc10 was near the campus last night. officers stood on corners, others patrolled in cars and on bikes. change comes as the university celebrates parents weekend. >> we were concerned and again reassuring police are here, there's an added presence, so we're comfortable. >> i feel a lot safer because if anything happens, there's more people around. >> temple is monitoring social media for messages about possible attacks to stop them before they're carried out. this morning, new surveillance showing smash and grab thieves in philadelphia striking not once but twice this week. you can see the suspects inside macy's on roosevelt boulevard thursday afternoon. they used hammers to smash a jewelry counter and steal thousands of dollars in watches.
they left in a silver mercedes. that car matches the one involved in the boys burglary in center city. in that case they used an suv to smash the display glass. one of the top opthalmology hospitals in the country could use its license. centers for medicare and medicaid services rejected the license request from willseye because most procedures are outpatient and not inpatient. if the hospital loses its license, it may not be able to perform certain complex surgeries. wills eye will continue business as usual but won't be able to treat patients that require more than 24 hours of care after november 26th. the hospital on walnut street in philadelphia is exploring its legal options.
another chilly start on the board. we see numbers tracking around the 30s over much of our region. 33 in lehigh valley, 34 in the suburbs. grab a coat if you can or wait a couple of hours before you get outdoors so numbers can bump up. 36 at the jersey shore, 31 in portions of south jersey. temperatures are on the cool side in philadelphia. these are some of the high numbers we're going to see here. mostly 40s into the upper 30s. 38 in west mount. chestnut hill and dora 34 degrees. we see 40s in places, graduate hospital and the airport. temperatures, starting with a cold beginning to the day. good news, that's not the entire day we see that. instead, we remain clear to mostly clear. scattered clouds. and warm air over us. radar and satellite shows us we
have clear conditions that sit mostly to the south and southwest. that's going to drive in warmer air due to high pressure yet again dominating the area. which means you'll see temperatures bump up. good news instead of seeing temperatures in the 50s like yesterday, today we're tracking temperatures moving right on in to the 70s. forecast temperatures are looking very nice in some areas. a lot of 60s, a few 70s out there. 71 in center city. summerton, 68 degrees. mid to upper 60s to lower 70s for peak temperatures. westchester, 66. allentown in the mid-60s. some sports are warmer. cookstown, 67. scattered clouds mixing with sunshine. it is not a completely sunny day but mostly sunny forecast. clouds are not going to be producing rain for today's
forecast. ocean city, 66, smyrna, 65 for the forecast high. i expect some places making it to the 70s. a huge difference from what we saw yesterday. hour by hour, this is a day if you want to you could get outdoors and be more comfortable. saturday starting in the morning, moving throughout the afternoon into early evening, 6:30. scattered clouds are moving through. don't have to worry about showers effecting saturday plans. sunday, we see more clouds building in and most of sunday looks okay. spot chance of rain near delaware moving into the evening. as we move overnight, we track a chance of showers building. may not be as heavy as future radar and satellite is suggesting. shows pockets of heavy rain beginning your sunday evening into sunday night. that chance will start to move out as we track into halloween monday. monday is looking try for halloween but also looking considerably cooler because that
was the cool front that pushed in that moisture. we will talk more about the cool down for halloween in a few minutes. >> thanks for that, krystal. now to this week's at issue. republican nominee donald trump called on supporters to monitor the polls in philadelphia. he says because the city's elections are rigged. trump urged republicans to watch what happens on election day closely and that has at least one election board official we spoke to worried it will intimidate voters. >> i'm worried as inspector and election official that people are not going to know and are going to have their own ideas what that means to watch closely. >> have you had training what to do if there are problems? >> nothing specifically there year or in past years to say this is what you need to do if there's intimidation going on. >> watch the entire discussion on nbc10 at issue tomorrow morning at 11:30 here on nbc10. 5:21 this saturday. the eagles are gearing up for a
big game which you can see tomorrow night here on nbc10. we'll tell you who carson wentz and company are preparing for other than the cowboys. next in sports. to find brian fi. they "hand-picked" him to run for his brother's seat. but all mike and brian fitzpatrick share is a name. brian fitzpatrick supports a radical republican agenda, including defunding planned parenthood, just like donald trump. a hundred and sixty miles down the road in dc, brian fitzpatrick will put his party first, not pennsylvania families. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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i'm danny pommells from csn. the eagles will head to dallas tomorrow for sunday night's game but they'll face the league's leading rushing team without a key member of their defense. bennie logan will miss his second straight game with a groin injury. bow alan starts as defensive tackle. the cowboys average a buck 62 rushing per game. ezekiel elliott's 703 yards led the nfl. the second most penalized team, the eagles probably aren't thrilled the officiating crew for sunday's game has thrown more penalty flags than any other, but they are aware of it. >> we with just want to break them down and see where they're at, what type of penalties so we can be aware going into any football game what they are most likely to call or what they're looking for. if we have a little bit of an understanding of the crew, it
does give us a little more information heading into a football game. there's only one tv station to watch the eagles game on sunday night. nbc10. kickoff at 8:30. immediately following the game, don't miss eagles postgame final live from texas. villanova's head coach posted this video of ryan arcidiacono bringing the championship trophy to the pavilion. chris jenkins getting his championship ring as well. here's the banner that will be in the rafters forever. double header at wells fargo today. trying to follow up the debut. he played 22 minutes wednesday, expected to be in 20 minute range tomorrow. flyers host the penguins tonight, trying to bounce back after a loss to the coyotes, the penns begin a four game road
trip, 0 and 2 in away games this season. to chicago. first world series game at wrigley field in 71 years. top of the seventh, coco crisp, base knock. comes in as the game's only run, indians win 1-0, take a 2-1 series lead. i am danny pommells for csn. few minutes before 5:30. coming up, hillary clinton is dealing with an october surprise. the fbi is investigating new e-mails with a link. and you may need a jacket this morning. big warmup by this afternoon.
we will track temperatures for saturday and sunday coming up.
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want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i've seen what can happen as the result of hate. my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar
who pretended to be gay. they offered him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat him. they drove matt out to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. ahh, i don't know what i said, uhh, i don't remember. he's a mexican. i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody, and i wouldn't... words have an influence. violence causes pain. hate can rip us apart. i know what can happen as the result of hate, and donald trump should never be our president.
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political scandal since watergate. >> we call on the fbi to release all of the information. >> both campaigns react to new revelations about new e-mails connected to hillary clinton now being investigated by the fbi. this morning, we are following the fallout. and a head-on collision on the tracks in delaware county. investigators are trying to determine why the two csx trains were on the same track. after a cool start, the weather warms up big time for the weekend. here's a live look at center city. the question is will it stick around for trick or treaters come monday? that's ahead in the first alert neighborhood forecast. good morning, this is nbc10 news today. i am rosemary connors. it is 5:30 this saturday. thanks for being with us. definitely going to be a nice fall weekend ahead. let's get more from meteorologist krystal klei. good morning. >> good morning. in fact, once we get throu