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the clean up continues from a water main break that caused massive flooding at a shopping center in philadelphia and this is not the first time crews rescued stranded shoppers. we'll explain in a live report. day five of the septa strike and still no deal. monday both sides went to court ahead of tuesday's election. details are straight ahead. and more transit troubles, this time in new jersey. lawmakers there are taking a closer look at safety issues involving new jersey transit in the wake of the deadly september crash in hoboken. it is 6:00. tonight we set our clocks back. let's get more from meteorologist krystal klei. >> an extra hour of sleep because of it. temperatures here are chilly to
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start the morning. thgs t this is the 24 hour temperature change map. these aren't actual temperatures. it is a big difference. it is a cooler start this morning, you will feel it as you step out. i have the nice big coat here, but you don't need it all day. this afternoon should be nice. currently 17 degrees cooler in allentown, trenton, mount holly the same, 21 degrees cooler in vineland. some of us more chilly than others in comparison. all of us are feeling low 40s to low 30s. coatesville, 43 degrees. radar and satellite, a wider view shows us clear conditions across the board. high pressure is pumping in warmer air, allowing us to stay on the dry side and keep temperatures a couple degrees above average. here's a look at the morning conditions. right now, low 40s. moving through 8:00 a.m.,
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sticking to low 40s. winds are not a big factor, 5 to 10 miles per hour. bump up to 54 degrees by 11:00 a.m. in the afternoon to 60. a closer look at saturday afternoon as well as sunday to finish the weekend. all of that in a few minutes. >> see you shortly. thanks, krystal. more cleanup is under way thanks to this massive water main break that turned a parking lot into a lake. emergency crews had to rescue dozens from the shopping center in east falls neighborhood. rushing water poured out and looks like a waterfall. 6 million gallons of water spewed out of the broken main. nbc10's monique braxton is live at the shopping center at roberts avenue and fox street to fill us in on how the cleanup is going. monique? >> reporter: hi, rosemary, it is pretty quiet this time of morning. have seen a few contractors driving through, barricades are up, cleaning equipment at a stand still until the
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restoration companies return. what you can hear are dryers going, industrial size dryers at the front of some stores. sky force was over baker center moments after that main burst for the second time in a short period of time. the water department tells us as much as 6 million gallons of water gushed out of control. we saw some of the 75 people rescued, another 150 needed to be sheltered in place or were carried by raft boats, by firefighters. one man trapped in his car as water kept rising. officials do tell us dozens of cars are totalled. some with water up to their windshield. the owner of one of the stores told us his insurance barely covers damage. his business is at the bottom of the incline or downward slope of the shopping center. >> we're very shocked that the city never fixed it. been fixing it out there over a
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year and this happened again. >> i don't want to diminish what these folks have gone through repeatedly. that is not anything we want to do. when we make the repairs, we make them so it doesn't happen again. >> reporter: the water department commissioner tells us they were already planning to do a million dollar replacement on the main that burst. the cause of the massive water break is still being determined. just across the parking lot, there are about a dozen other merchants, including a 24 hour laundry mat and several fast food stops. fortunately those businesses were not effected and some of opening up this morning. meantime, we're going to keep an eye on frustrated merchants on our end of the shopping enter to let you know what their plans are. live in east falls, monique braxton, nbc10 news. >> thanks for that. this is not the first time the area has been flooded because of a water main break. you heard monique say, this
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place had a break twice. in this area three previous inlt inlts, one in january 2014 and two in june in september. we're now in day five of the septa strike. both sides, septa management and representatives of the transport workers union plan to meet at the negotiating table this weekend and a hearing is set for monday when a judge will decide if the strike could effect the election. until then, the judge says workers can stay on the picket lines, buses, subways, trollies aren't running the city. nbc10 first alert reporter is keeping an eye on this to hell you get around it. >> rosemary, we have been seeing delays pile in second by second. ten minutes to an hour.
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we west trenton, buses cancelled. and shuttles postponed. delays. accident in abington hasn't cleared. it is still early and saturday morning. also watching the 42 freeway on watching for road closures. right lane is blocked and closed. speaking of road closures in philadelphia, experiencing road closures on martin luther king drive on the north and southbound side because of the diabetes walk this morning. >> thanks for that. as we mentioned septa and the largest union have gone from the bargaining table to court. a judge rule on forcing them back to work this weekend. monday, she will hear more evidence to determine if the strike should stop ahead of the
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election. accept at that called for that emergency hearing. they claim delays on regional cause missing school. >> it is not a basis to bring injunction against striking employees. >> we're not going to lie down while you can't resolve the strike and watch passengers suffer, not going to do it. >> the union called the injunction filed legal tricks to avoid real bargaining, end quote. meanwhile, septa's lawyer did not answer follow-up questions from us tonight. instead, he insisted that job number one is to settle this strike, and he's hoping to do that over this weekend.
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>> and there were a number of safety violations discovered in a federal review, including lack of on board emergency tools and working fire extinguishers on trains as well as workers using cell phones when they shouldn't be. the hearing was called after the deadly crash in hoboken in september. they will meet the december, 2018 deadline to install positive train control. it will close down a speeding train. right now is missing from the track in hoboken and other rails in the area. stevie wonder brings political star power to philadelphia in the name of hillary clinton and he is not the only "a" list celebrity making a push in pennsylvania before the election. details ahead. i am here all by myself. >> during a campaign stop to the
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keystone state, donald trump told the crowd he doesn't need outside star power. he has his own. more on his recent visit to hershey coming up. pat toomey and donald trump both would defund planned parenthood, and criminalize women's right to choose. "there has to be some form of punishment." "for the woman?" "yeah." "i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors... who perform them." and when donald trump insulted women and bragged about... sexual assault, pat toomey refused to reject him. pat toomey: won't stand up to trump.
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welcome back. we are starting with the day in philadelphia, 41 degrees where we are now this morning. winds are light and 6:11:00 a.m. tomorrow, we will see sunshine at this point, we have not yet had fall back of clocks. today, last day of daylight savings, temperatures are moving up. 49 at 10:00 a.m., 57 by lunch hour. into the low 60s in the afternoon. staying sunny through the forecast, winds at times breezy. only expecting gusts 20 to 25 miles per hour. not high winds but some breeziness possible. 34 degrees in new jersey. we stay in the 30s through 8:00 a.m., make it to mid-50s by
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lunchtime. winds mostly out of the west, northwest. we go to 61 degrees by 4:00 p.m. through new jersey. over to delaware, 37 degrees where we start off. temperatures are moving along similar, mid-50s close to lunchtime. in the afternoon, low 60s. might feel cool. with sun bearing down, should be a nice fall day. and things look similar for sunday. we track those conditions in a few minutes. this morning, more than 1200 participants are walking and running to support people that face daily challenges of diabetes. here's a live look at philadelphia museum of art, quiet now. it will get busier at 9:30. this is where the step out walk to stop diabetes will begin. money goes to prevention of diabetes and toward finding a cure. 12 minutes past 6:00 this saturday. new jersey governor chris christie cancelled some campaign events for donald trump, this after a jury convicted two of
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his top aides in the bridge gate scandal. more on the verdict and reaction next.
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now to decision 2016 coverage. some star studded support in the push for pennsylvania as we begin the last weekend in the race for the white house. ♪ stevie wonder used his voice to encourage philadelphia ns to support clinton on election day.
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he performed at a get out the vote concert last night. that's not the only star using talents to campaign in the area. tonight hillary clinton joins katy perry at a performance. and vice president joe biden will campaign in bristol today. the president will continue campaigning for clinton tomorrow, in harrisburg and scranton. pennsylvania hasn't voted for a republican in six presidential elections. hillary clinton is rocking the vote with the help of beyonce and jay-z. they took to the stage together in ohio last night. the super couple hosted an all-star concert for clinton in cleveland. beyonce wore a pant suit to honor clinton who said she loved it. >> clinton quoted jay-z. >> jay said something we should all recall. rosa parks sat so martin luther king could walk and martin luther walked so barack obama
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could run, and barack obama ran so all the children could fly. >> hillary, bill clinton, michelle and barack obama are coming for a final rally monday night. time and location yet to be announced. we'll keep you posted. donald trump is back in pennsylvania tomorrow having a campaign event near pittsburgh. today trump is in four states pushing for every vote. last night told a crowd in clinton, he didn't need stars to bring thousands of supporters to his rally. >> i hear we set a new record for this building. and by the way, i didn't have to bring jay low or jay-z. only way she gets anybody. i'm here all by myself. i am here all by myself. >> the republican nominee also pointed out to the crowd how critical pennsylvania is to his chances of winning the presidency. today, mississippi governor bill
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brian and former governors mike huckabee and rick perry are campaigning for trump in chester county. nbc10 has you covered for the election. watch the special campaign countdown show monday at 7:00. we'll be covering clinton's big election eve rally in philadelphia live. and starting monday, we're going to be in new york city at campaign headquarters for both candidates. in other news this morning, new jersey governor chris christie was supposed to make campaign stops for donald trump in new hampshire today but he cancelled those appearances. the move after two of his former aides were convicted in connection with the bridge gate scandal. they were accused of orchestrating the traffic jam on george washington bridge in 2013 to punish a mayor for not backing his re-election. a jury found them guilty on
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seven charges of conspiracy and wire fraud. >> i said at the time of my opening and summation i thought she's a scapegoat and i feel now she's a scapegoat. >> i am innocent of these charges and i am very, very looking forward to this appeal. >> sentencing is scheduled for february. christie denies any knowledge of the allege td crime. starting with temperatures in philadelphia. temperatures are chilly this morning. into the afternoon, things are looking nice, typical for this point in november. right now, endora, 35 degrees, chestnut hill the same. also the reading at the airport now. some spots around freezing. 32 degrees.
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summerton. low 30s to mid 40s outside to start our day. look at the radar and satellite. what we have going on again, we have clear conditions over the region, that extends through much of the eastern half of the united states. high pressure is to thank for that. high pressure west of us keeps that bubble of warm, dry air in place which means our temperatures warm up nicely moving through the afternoon. great day for all of the different walks and runs going on throughout saturday. neighborhood temperatures, 63 in center city. this is across the board, notice the icons the same. 60 in allentown and lansdale. lower 60s for everybody uptown. ocean city, 62. cape may, 63. a lot of consistency. 60s across the board for
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delaware spots like smyrna and wilmington, all 63. temperature trends show in philadelphia low 70s thursday, well above average for this time of year, expected to see 70s this past week. then we had a drop friday thanks to a cold front. did feel the difference. 62 yesterday for a high temperature. we are right around there for saturday and sunday, lower 60s, and another drop moving into monday. our weekend is a mirror of itself. saturday and sunday, sunny, dry. great weekend to get outdoors. maybe you're hanging up decorations at the house. we are looking at daylight savings coming to an end. before you go to bed, put the clocks back at least an hour, or the cell phone naturally updates. 2:00 a.m. we fall back to 1:00 a.m. that means sunrise is 7:35. tomorrow it will be at 6:36 we
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will have sunrise and sunset an hour earlier. 6:22 this saturday. next in sports, eagles coach doug pederson tells us howl replace josh huff sunday against the giants. and the owls continue the chase for a division title.
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the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. hey, danny pommells with you. once again the eagles will take the train tomorrow to north jersey where they will face the giants sunday afternoon. carson wentz has yet to beat a division opponent or win a road game. josh huff was released thursday. first time this season that treggs has been activated for a game. huff was playing nearly 30 snaps a game. doug pederson was asked how much of that playing time will go to treggs. >> he will take a majority of those, and we've talked about treggs in the past, where his learning curve is, what he can handle. he's done a great job this week. he'll be ready to go obviously
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and fill in the situation there. then the rest of it will get divided. >> we are your official eagles station. nbc10 getting you ready for the eagles and giants. we'll have all the highlights during eagles game day final right after nbc10 news at 11:00. the flyers and sixers both off and face tough opponents tomorrow. the sixers host lebron james and the cavaliers. the flyers visit an angry canadiens team that lost 10-0 tonight. the temple owls visiting uconn. fast start for the owls. first drive, phillip walker hits jahad thomas. gets into the end zone. 7-0. second drive for the owls. this time a 10-yard pitch and catch. 14-0, temple. third possession, walker airing it out. hits roman deloach over the middle. all the scoring and the game, you just saw it. temple wins its fourth straight,
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21-0. that's sports. i am danny pommells, csn. the cleanup continues at a shopping center in a philadelphia neighborhood after a water main break dumped millions of gallons of water just about everywhere. shoppers even had to be rescued by inflatable boats. we'll have a live report from the scene next. and we have clear, dry conditions to start your saturday. it will stay that way through the weekend. a check on the work week, if rain could effect election day coming up. ter. jessi's murderer used an assault weapon with a high capacity gun clip. these clips allow killers to keep shooting and shooting. senator pat toomey opposes banning these clips, and he opposes an assault weapons ban. pat toomey stands with the gun lobby and not you. i hope you remember that when you vote.
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she ate like a pig. trump has said and done... you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading. it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. and republican brian fitzpatrick supported trump. look, we just can't vote for fitzpatrick or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. a flood from a philadelphia water main break leads to lost money and cars. the clean up continues and we
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are live at the scene. a judge rejects a call to force septa workers back to work. both sides will be back in court monday. a nice fall weekend. mild out there. here's a live look at center city after a chilly start to the day, we will warm up with plenty of sunshine. i am rosemary connors. thanks for being with us. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking the warmup of sorts. krystal, not as warm as earlier this week but we'll take it. >> it looks like a nice afternoon, typical. won't make it to the 70s or close to the 80s. that's long gone. now talking temperatures this  morning in 30s to low 40s. we're at 41 in philadelphia and the suburbs, 42 degrees. some sports in new jersey and
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lehigh valley that are near freezing with clear conditions extending through delaware, up to 37 degrees. moving along later today, temperatures will bounce up to the low 60s, more average for this time of year. sunny conditions which we are seeing now, it is clear out there to kickoff the morning. it will be clear through the day. sunshine makes you feel good if you have plans for the outdoors. this morning, chilly. later today, a nice afternoon walk. definitely something to experience. overall winds are not a big deal currently. right around 5 to 10 miles per hour. most spots are light. dover to wilmington. later today should see light to breezy conditions expected, gusts 20 to 25 miles per hour. overall, today's forecast and sunday's forecast look good. more details on the weekend expectations and then talk chances of rain as you move into the next work week. all of that in a bit.
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take a look at this. massive water main break continues to cause headaches and problems for store owners at a philadelphia shopping center. today they're cleaning up in east falls. look at the mess. left behind 6 million gallons of water out of the broken main, sending dirt and debris all over the parking lot. nbc10's monique braxton is live at the scene to fill us in on what happened here. >> reporter: hi, rosemary, right now it is a quiet scene here at baker center. some contractors have been pulling into the parking lot. you can see barricades are up to keep onlookers and folks away from scores that have the devastation inside. the cleaning equipment still at a stand still, restoration crews enroute. you can hear dryers going to absorb moisture in the businesses. sky force was over baker center moments after that main burst
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yesterday afternoon. the second time in a short period of time for this particular main. the water department tells us as much as 6 million gallons of water gush out of control. we saw some of the 75 people who were rescued and learned another 150 needed to be sheltered in place, some carried away by firefighters on raft boats. one man trapped in his car as water kept rising and rising he tells us. officials say dozens of cars in all were totalled. some had water up to their windshield. the owner told us his insurance barely covered damage. his business is at the bottom of the incline or downward slope of the shopping center.
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the water department says they have million dollar plans to replace the main. the cause of the break is still being determined. across the parking lot, dozens of businesses, including a few 24 hour laundromat and fast fodt stops. we are waiting to find out exactly what plans are for the day along with a huge grocery store. monique braxton, nbc10 news. now to the septa strike. we're in day five. it will be another day of people trying to get around the city without buses, trollies, subways. septa and the transport worker union plan to meet at the negotiating table to end that strike. they're also preparing legal arguments. last night a judge ruled against
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the request to force union employees back to work. septa called for emergency hearing after filing an injunction. the transit agency claims delays on regional rails forced school attendance across the city and traffic presents a danger to welfare and safety of its riders. the union says the strike is inconvenient but does not present a danger. the judge will hear more evidence at a hearing monday morning and arguments about how the strike could effect the election tuesday. >> if the campaigns were concerned about that, they would be beating the drum. they're all beating the drums loudly to get more and more people to come to the polls, so i don't think it is an issue. >> we are continuing to work on it around the clock. working hard with the union to do that. >> there's no time frame on when negotiations resume this weekend but we will be following them and will bring updates as soon
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as we have them. let's check in with our first alert traffic reporter francesca ruscio, she's helping us get around delays and shut downs. fill us in. >> the roads for a saturday now, during the work week, you were getting delays but coming within seconds of each other. we're starting to see delays coming in, not as severe and not coming in all too frequently. saturday morning, west trenton line 306 is ten minutes late. war minister line, shuttles postponed. the airport line tells everyone to watch for delays coming in. that's it for regional rail. accident in princeton. i highlighted it on the boulevard, southbound side at harrison street. two lanls are blocked, center and right lane. >> thanks for that. new from overnight, one
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person dead after two cars collide in philadelphia's bustleton neighborhood. one of the cars caught fire after hitting a utility pole. the person that died was in that car. the crash happened on grant avenue around 2:00 this morning. two people from the other car went to the hospital. no word on their condition. 6:37. with three days to go until the election, absentee ballot problems linger in montgomery county. what's being done to fix the issues. katie: my mom was a restaurant hostess
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at a neighborhood favorite - a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat. i learned from both what it means to be honest, to work hard, and love family. big banks, wall street, special interests - that's who pat toomey's with. in the senate, i'll work for you and your family. i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message. welcome back. a lot going on in the forecast. let's start by talking about the philadelphia heart walk. if heading out this morning to
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citizens bank park, a live look. it is still dark out there. won't be the same situation tomorrow, once daylight savings comes to an end. today, looking at temperatures at 40 at 8:00 a.m. by 10:00 a.m., 52 degrees. by noon, 57. sunny outside, should be nice and cool. want a light jacket as you get out the door for the heart walk. you're not staying in town to the poconos for a weekend forecast. saturday, sunday, the same. cool down from 55 saturday to closer to upper 40s, maybe some spots in the area in the lower 50s. notice the overnight temperatures aren't terribly low, 41 degrees for morning lows. some areas in the upper 30s in the poconos, meaning it will be a nice weekend to head out there. maybe you're going to met life stadium taking a drive, eagles and giants tomorrow before the game. 53 degrees at 1:00. kickoff 56, and 58 degrees.
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perfect weather for an eagles win. we will talk more about that extended forecast in a few minutes. 6:41 this saturday. coming up, the best time of year for high school football is now. playoff time. we have highlights from across the region in the high school blitz. pat toomey and donald trump both would defund planned parenthood,
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and criminalize women's right to choose. "there has to be some form of punishment." "for the woman?" "yeah." "i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors... who perform them." and when donald trump insulted women and bragged about... sexual assault, pat toomey refused to reject him. pat toomey: won't stand up to trump. won't stand up for women. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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in pennsylvania, a packet of heroin can be cheaper than a six-pack of beer and prescription painkillers are too easy to get. as the head of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i've helped local communities fund drug treatment programs to save our kids. i'm josh shapiro, and as attorney general, i'll crack down on the drug dealers and stop the overprescribing of opioid painkillers. i'm proud to be endorsed by law enforcement organizations representing 14,000 police officers. this is a fight we can't afford to lose. absentee ballot problems in montgomery county could leave thousands unable to vote. nbc10 investigators first reported on this thursday this week. here's what we know. nearly 5,000 absentee ballots came in yesterday, still more than 12,000 ballots haven't been returned. they didn't start to send them out until october.
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they're investigating why the first ballots went out so late. what we know is that the county decided it is such a severe problem, they got a court order to give them more time to send ballots back. absentee voters have until tuesday. i am focused on the election next tuesday, we will take a look at all the processes and see where we can improve internally, externally, anything we can to improve, we will absolutely improve this extremely important responsibility and one that i take very seriously. >> montgomery county extended vote in person hours until election day. all you need is an absentee ballot on file. if you have a problem at the polls tuesday, we want to hear from you. we set up a hot line for election day. if you see a problem to report, call us at the numbers on the screen.
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after a chilly start, we're going to warm up. let's talk about the weather. meteorologist krystal klei has more in the first alert neighborhood forecast. hey, krystal. >> hey, all has to do with the sunshine we expect today. even though we will not see 70s later today, will still feel very nice. got to get through the 30s first. these are new jersey neighborhoods. last night we warned there might be frosty areas, certainly a possibility with temperatures. clayton, 33 degrees. turnersville, 35. mount laurel, 34. 30s keep on. florence, 38, robbinsville the same. and princeton, 27 degrees to kickoff the morning. later today highs in the 60s. radar and satellite shows us clear conditions in place not just for us but stretching down the east coast of florida and
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stretching through to st. louis. here is what's going on. it is basically a warm patch area we can track dry air. high pressure bubble we call it and sunny conditions. ahead of high pressure cooler air pumps in, that's why we are chilly this morning. this high pressure edges closer through today and tomorrow which means we continue with clear conditions for sunday as well. notice we see some clouds to the north of us. not really going to effect the forecast sunday. we will be staying dry for the weekend. certainly make plans to be outdoors. 60s both days, both days are similar, 63 in philadelphia, saturday, sunday. low 60s for the suburbs. that continues through lehigh valley. we get to mid-60s for areas like the shore and delaware. these temperatures are close to average for this time of year, then we drop monday. bit of a cool down, sunny with
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upper 50s across the map monday. then it is already here, election day tuesday. a big warmup of temperatures, sunny in philadelphia, 68 degrees. and dry across the board. sunny to mostly sunny through the suburbs. lehigh valley and new jersey and delaware. up to 68 degrees for the shore as well as delaware. temperatures remain on warmer than average side as we continue through the work week. here's the look. ten day on ten. temperatures bump up after a dip monday to 68 tuesday. we stay dry wednesday, thursday. next friday we see the next chance for rain. that's also where temperatures pick back up. 68 for thursday, low 60s friday, and dip into next weekend for mid to upper 50s. notice overnight temperatures are manageable, none below freezing as we move throughout the ten day forecast.
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hipper than a hippopotamus. this is the blitz. we begin with undefeated central. the lancers welcomed southern this afternoon, aiming to make it a perfect 10-0 on the season. let's have a look. the lancers with little trouble in this one. off a tipped pass, omar has reservations for six. central cruising like smokey robinson. then after another defensive stop, back deep to receive the punt. and watch him work. the junior takes it to the barn. lucky number 7 helps central roll 47-6. frankford fans taking on omni in another public league game. mike morrell somehow keeps the play alive and peterson pierre turns it into a long gain.
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later morrell decides to call his own number and scores. frank ford rolls past. washington township and kingsway in o.t. earlier tonight for the comcast network. joel skur ba with shades of donovan mcnabb against the cowboys. runs one way, then another. look at this. finds the butler, andre butler, for the game winner. a 28-21 win in overtime. millville and atlantic city. milville up big early. this adds to the lead. clayton scott takes the perfectly executed screen pass and makes a house call. it's all millville in this one. 46-6. district 11 playoffs. bethlehem liberty and emmaus. after emmaus forces a safety, they get the short kick. returns it 52 yards to the barn. it's 9-0.
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later in the game, ento again, just punishing defenders. wow, look at this run. emmaus wins 23-13. pennridge and neshaminy. neshaminy down seven until a 72-yard pitch and catch. puts on the afterburners. neshaminy wins 26-21. garnet valley and cb south in the playoff matchup. a wild finish. nick juliano goes up top. on fourth and five. sick grab. we're tied at 14. final seconds, jewel ann know has some more. goes to davis, who runs off your screen. but reels it in for the game-winning grab. garnet valley survives with a 21-14 victory. let's head to the sky for some skylights. cb east and string ford in the pennsylvania district 1 playoffs. selwyn simpson barrels into the end zone. at district 1 playoff haverford.
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nick johns in haverford territory. north penn's reece udinski going the long way for a one-yard touchdown run. 28-7 at that point. the knights win 56-7. strath haven and upper dublin. upper dublin's justin horn keeps it for the score. upper dublin wins 34-20. cherry hill west and camden catholic. williams gets to the endzone. 33 yard pitch and catch. up 7-0. beautiful catch. sets up this. hillman finds room, cashes in
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from 12 yards away. second half, all camden catholic. mccoy, great throw. irish touchdown. catholic stays unbeaten, 30-7 over cherry hill west. that's the blitz. i am danny pom elsmells.
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pat toomey and donald trump: they're just wrong for the women of pennsylvania. "new fallout for donald trump." "should a woman be punshied for having an abortion?" "there has to be some form of punishment." "for the woman?" "yeah, there has to be some form." "i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion and i would, suggest that we have penalties for doctors who perform them." pat toomey and donald trump: they're not for you. women vote is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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just a few minutes before 7:00 now on this saturday. just a few people out and about this morning down the shore in cape may. here's a live look over beach avenue. you can see the sun coming up in the distance, not a bad day down there. temperatures with krystal klei should reach to the 60s. if headed down the shore, maybe clean out the frig. my parents did that last weekend, get everything ready to close for wintertime, today is not a bad day to walk down the beach or head down and enjoy it. security is the number one concern for police preparing for tomorrow's new york city marathon. tens of thousands of runners. thousands of police officers and special trained security teams are patrolling that route.
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back here in our neck of the woods, thousands take a step to stop heart disease this morning. here's a live look at citizens bank park where the 18th annual philadelphia heart walk begins at 10:00. jacqueline london is the emsee. the event raises awareness in heart disease, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases. in fairmount park, people are walking to raise awareness for pancreatic cancer. so far, participants raised nearly $700,000 to fight the disease. and today if you're not outdoors, get in doors and spend time with santa. families can get in the holiday spirit. santa visits two malls. kids can give santa their list also at quaker bridge mall at 4:00 in the afternoon.
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wait a minute. we just had halloween. haven't had thanksgiving yet and talking christmas. >> feels like thanksgiving if we're talking santa. does that mean you'll start playing music? >> i am a procrastinator. i don't decorate or shop until christmas eve. >> here's a live look outside. nice conditions. remember, clocks fall back tonight because at 2:00 a.m. we go back to 1:00 a.m., tomorrow we have a sunrise earlier. temperatures are the same today and tomorrow. 63 degrees and sunny. stay sunny through election day. up to 68 degrees on tuesday. warm for this time of year in the 60s. >> not looking bad. that does it for us for now. krystal and i will see you for updates every 25 minutes and back for a full hour of news at 9:00 this morning. "today" show is next. have a good one.
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