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donald trump rushed off stage in reno, nevada, after someone in the crowd yelled gun. this morning we're hearing from the man taken out in handcuffs while trump says nothing will stop him. hillary clinton making plenty of noise in philadelphia. a concert last night, a surprise appearance today and a massive election eve rally planned for tomorrow all in philly. we'll have the details ahead. will we have slow commute tomorrow? we're continuing to follow septa strike and stalled negotiations. good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today" i'm rosemary
connors. it's 7:00 on sunday, not 8:00 in case you didn't set clocks back. more on the forecast with meteorologist krystal klei. you enjoyed that hour. >> i got some sleep. you see your oven or microwave and you think, oh, no, i'm late. you're good. the clocks are back an hour. a nice sunny shot. boathouse row. very nice to start the morning. in fact, temperatures warmer than yesterday morning. no 30s. lancaster 45. those are some of the cooler numbers on the map. wildwood near 56. 51 in philadelphia and dover at 50. so very nice mild start to the year. mild afternoon as well. we're going to see temperatures bump up a couple degrees above average. average at least in philadelphia at 60. radar and satellite clear now. spotty clouds throughout the day but mostly sunshine.
we'll talk more about how the sun lasts and may see rain in the forecast coming up. the secret service says no weapon was involved in the incident that briefly disrupted donald trump's rally in reno nevada last night. trump was speaking at his third campaign stop of the day when someone in the crowd yelled "gun." secret service agents whisked him off stage and that's when police took somebody in the audience out in handcuffs. that protester taken out in handcuffs. he says he didn't yell anything and was only holding a sign. >> he's very dangerous to the country. so i just came with a sign. i literally just had one sign that said "republicans against trump." >> secret service did search him. officials haven't said if charges were filed against him. trump returned to the stage for the rally. he issued a statement thanking
secret service. poll has hillary clinton taking lead from trump, 48 compared to trump's 43%. at the beginning of the week you may remember the two were in a dead heat in the poll. hillary clinton in philadelphia once again this morning. we're learning about an unscheduled stop near lasalle university. as we get those details we'll pass them onto you. ♪ clinton is keeping the spotlight on pennsylvania. at a free concert with katy perry at the center. afterwards debra messing spoke out about the democratic nominee. >> the reason i'm here is because you all are the most important people in the united states right now. you will determine who our next president is going to be. >> tonight it is a celebration for everything you've already done to help us and all that we will do together. >> the clinton campaign said
their volunteers are working to get millennials and african-americans to the polls come tuesday. clinton will return to philadelphia on monday for a rally on independence mall with president and mrs. obama as well as bon jovi. nbc 10 will bring you live coverage of that rally during our special campaign countdown show monday night at 7:00. plus we'll be in new york city this week at campaign headquarters for both candidates. at clinton's headquarters in brooklyn and erin coleman at trump's headquarters, trump tower on fifth avenue. chuck todd, "meet the press," will be joining us live analyzing key issues for both candidates and breaking down winning numbers as we head into the final hours of the campaign. we will be talking to him live about 7:50 this morning and can you watch him on "meet the press" at 10:30. philadelphia police are
searching for hit-and-run driver who crashed into an officer's cruiser. the officer was trying to pull the car over in pennington when he slammed into the cop cruiser. the officer had to be treated for minor injuries. one man is dead after he was hit by septa train on the high-speed line near bryn mawr station. no passengers or crew on board the were injured. we continue to cover the ongoing septa strike. it's now in its sixth day. negotiations didn't go anywhere yesterday. late last night union released a statement saying septa's attempt at legal injunction is, quote, hail mary pass to get around bargaining. nbc 10's monique braxton live in center city where negotiations have been taking place. monique, this weekend all has been pretty quiet. a lot of people going back to
work tomorrow morning to know if they are going to have an easy or difficult time getting there. >> reporter: that's right, rosemary. right now leaders of twu waking up preparing to head to the picket lines. i know some folks are going to church praying for a resolution to the strike. also here outside the hotel, we're awaiting word on if and when negotiations will resume. it has been almost one week since close to 5,000 members of transport union walked off the job. sticking points include caps on pension, scheduling of breaks and health benefits. their president released a statement which says in part, "we can't get anywhere at the bargaining table because septa has pinned their hopes on getting an injunction to end the strike." because pennsylvania is key in the presidential election, one union is attempting to hold voters -- help voters get to the
polls. >> we're going to have advance and cars all over the city. so we're hoping twu will resolve before tuesday. if they don't we'll continue to support our sisters at wu. there will be no one in philadelphia who wants to ride to a poll that won't be to express their right to vote. >> also said matter which party you are aligned with, he will help you get out vote. at a union rally we also spoke with governor wolf who urged an end to the strike. tomorrow set ashes lawyers hope a judge will agree, halt the strike and order workers from transiting a's largest union back to their job on election day. no doubt we're going to be monitoring all activity here at the sheraton hotel if and when the union begins to sit down at the bargaining table with negotiators. we'll let you know. live in center city, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> thanks for that.
let's check in with first alert traffic reporter francesca ruscio. >> tuesday is the election. it's been quiet because it's the weekend. tomorrow will be a different story, expect delays because of equipment problems. be mindful. the airport postponed between melrose. reports pawlings road overpass off to the shoulder not affecting traffic. take a look, 24 hours from now it's going to be jam-packed on montgomery drive. it's very quiet right now. rosemary, back to you. >> thanks a lot, francesca. nbc 10 will continue to follow developments on septa strike and impact it's having on your commute. make sure you have nbc 10 app where you find septa strike survival guide for exactly what's running, not running and we'll have the latest on the negotiation. still ahead on "nbc 10 news today," it's what every eagles
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first alert weather. >> welcome back. great fall day we have moving forward today, not only the morning but into the afternoon. morning we're looking at temperatures that are warmer than yesterday morning. and with that, mostly clear conditions, some clouds overhead. 51 in philadelphia, the time is 7:12 in the morning. looking at conditions warming up to upper 50s through the lunch time here. noon 14 mile-per-hour wind. we will stay on the breezy side through your afternoon. temperatures moving into the low 60s midafternoon. notice now by 4:00 we're going to gradually see that temperature slipping. that's cause daylight savings time has come to an end meaning we start to see that sun set earlier than we were before. new jersey 52, current temperature at noon 58 degrees. same situation though. sunny to mostly sunny, breezy and should get near those low 60s for forecast high. low- to mid-60s for high temperatures in delaware. you see that temperature at 61 by lunch time through 2:00 p.m.
and sunny as well. coming up, a closer look at the rest of your sunday and details on your election day. work starts tomorrow morning on two bridges in center city. penndot rebuilding 22nd and 21st street bridges. crews will work 9:00 a.m. to 3:p.m. to get bridges ready for construction. penndot will keep two lanes open on the bridges for work but as you can imagine it will get backed up. construction ahead of schedule but won't be finished until fall of 2018. another traffic heads up this morning. you won't be able to take the ben franklin bridge for a few hours today unless you're running it. that's coming up. plus invited back. firster told a local singer she couldn't perform national anthem at the team opener. now we're learning she will take center court at a game in december. we'll tell you what she'll be wearing this time. [ roars ]
president obama is criticizing pat toomey for a new ad praising the senate candidate for his stand on gun control. toomey in a tight contest with democrat katie mcginty for u.s. senate seat. toomey campaigning northeast philly and suburbs. his race could help determine control of the senate. meantime president obama said the ad highlighting toomey's courage does not represent the real candidate. the president attacked toomey for not having the to say if he was voting for donald trump. toomey has yet to respond. he is keeping the heat his opponent calling katie mcginty a rubber stamp for democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton.
as for katie mcginty, she was out and about yesterday, she was in bucks county with vice president joe biden. the race the most expensive of all time. more $143 million have gone to advertising according to center for responsive politics. a philadelphia labor union is reminding members to get out the vote. yesterday laborers international union hosted this rally in spring garden. >> there we go. wanted to make you wait a couple minutes. eagles have returned to their winning ways against giants but birds will be without one of the best run stoppers for a third straight game. bennie logan didn't make the trip up the turnpike.
the team arrived in north jersey yesterday. eagles have won eight of their last nine trips there. the birds need this road win. they don't want to go down 0-3 in the division. it's a game we have to win, you know, with our backs up against the ropes, you know. and with that being the situation you hear it but your mentality has to ultimately stay the same. nbc 10 is your official eagles station. we'll have exclusive coverage before and after the game. it all starts this morning at 9:30 with eagles ga"eagles game kickoff" and "eagles game day final" after the news at 10:00 p.m. now nbc 10 first alert weather. maybe some getting up early to head to metlife stadium. we're looking at temperatures this morning, most in the 50s in philadelphia neighborhoods. we're looking park side 51,
upper 40s in areas like andorra, chestnut hill, right at 50. we continue with low 50s, right at 52 pretty constant here. these numbers as we go into the afternoon are going to bump into those low 60s again just like yesterday. so if you miss out on getting outdoors yesterday, myself included, days the day to get outdoors because there's going to be such nice conditions, sunny conditions as well. radar and satellite showing us live here. we've got rain over areas like boston just clipping new england here. but for us it's clear, just a few spotty clouds and that's it. you see those thicker clouds to the southwest of us, way to the southwest of us. we're in this great zone right now. high pressure in the area going to keep us clear throughout today and actually clear over the next couple of days as well. your neighborhood forecast, 60s. 60, cookstown, bethlehem 61 throughout lehigh valley. we may see spotty clouds. that's about it. suburbs same situation.
phoenix 0, newtown sitting at 60 as well and dropping into philadelphia those low 60s. 61 byberry and fairmount. 62, some may stay lower, trenton 59 for forecast high temperature and dry for the shore. looking at breezy conditions along the shore, 62 avalon. over to delaware 63 and dover 64 as well as rehoboth beach. looking at temperatures bumping up closer to mid-60s, something we saw yesterday as well. a loot at election day forecast, close open by 7:00 a.m., most of us upper 30s to low 40s at this point. it's cool but it's dry. get out ahead of work, if you good go on lunch break, low 50s to 60s on tuesday. by 8:00 when most polls start to close, we're at temperatures in the mid to upper 50s.
notice between noon and 8:00, high temperatures will be nice, mid upper 60s for forecast highs on tuesday. here is a look at your ten-day on ten. tracking sunny conditions today, tomorrow, and election day. a little dip in the temperatures monday but that big pickup tuesday. wednesday we may see spotty showers. rain is dry for election day but chance of rain moves in wednesday, at this point very spotty. a better chance of will move in by saturday into sunday and you can tell there's a big cooldown to below mid-60s for high temperatures. the show will go on. sevyn streeter will perform national anthem at 76ers game. this a controversy ignited when the team did not allow the local singer to be at the season opener performing the national an because she was wearing this jersey that said "we matter." the the team apologized.
today philadelphia will honor veterans and military members during second annual veterans day parade. it's later this week. it kicks off at jfk boulevard. will open with a flight by a-10 aircraft. parade followed by festival on market street at the mall. heads up, if you take ben franklin bridge and planning to take it this morning, it is
closed from 7:45 until 9:30 for charity event. it's a 10-k run and 2 mile bridge walk, fundraiser for lark school, special indication in belmar that serves students with disabilities. also runners getting ready for marathon, 26 mile race begins at 9:00. security officers and teams will be patrolling the route to make sure everybody stays safe. by the way, we're just two weeks away from philadelphia marathon. 7:26 on sunday. we are keeping an eye on the negotiations involving septa strike. liver in center city, monique. >> members of twu waking up preparing to head to the picket line and awaiting word on if and when negotiators will come back to sher tan. a preview after the break. we're looking at a very nice sunday forecast similar to what we saw saturday but we do have
bigger changes. a look at the extended forecast and check in on that coming up. pat toomey and
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y25nly y5yy only two days left and both candidates push for pennsylvania, a crucial state in these final hours before the election. day six of the septa strike and we are watching negotiations so you can be prepared when you head back to work and school tomorrow morning. the eagles will be heading to metlife stadium in a few hours trying to get the first divisional win under their belt. good morning, welcome back to nbc 10 i'm rosemary connors. thanks for being with us before 7:30 on this sunday. krystal klei marking a great start.
pretty warm out there. >> this time of year, these are great temperatures to start with. way better than yesterday morocco. maybe you went out and roughed it in, don't have to do that. 5 1 philadelphia suburbs, new jersey. lehigh valley. some areas 40s, the same for delaware, 46 over much of the area. we're also looking at winds right now outside 10 miles per hour. later today i expect we'll be a bit breezy. success to mostly sunny and low 60s again. so if you didn't get outdoors yesterday, can you do it today. similar forecast, 53 philadelphia, 61 lehigh valley, 62 new jersey. looking at shore temperature 62 with breezy conditions. so overall, great forecast no matter where you go today. a fall-like forecast as well with sunshine persisting. just a few high clouds. the sunny conditions, they just keep going. so coming up in a few minutes we'll track sunny days in the workweek and when you see
changes in just a bit. >> thanks, krystal. a woman in newcastle county is recovering while being shot while she was sleeping. here is the story. police tell us a stray bullet went through her house and struck her. investigators found other bullets at homes and cars newark. the woman went to the hospital. police are still investigating this incident. right now they are offering a $20,000 reward for anybody who has information that to an arrest. new new crews are busy rescuing three people and a baby from a house fire. it started on manton street, all three in stable condition. investigators continue to look for the cause of this fire. if the septa strike continues into tomorrow, it's the start of another workweek with a crawling commute. the strike isn't just impacting people who ride the buses, trolleys or subways, it's creating clogged roads and
packed rail lines. monique braxton live in center city with more on the stalled negotiations. monique. >> yeah, rosemary. everywhere i went yesterday the septa strike seemed to be the talk of the town. conversation among all people. right now we're finding out, awaiting word when the talks are going to resume here outside the sheraton hotel. >> they are getting close, moving around, trying to find money. congressman bob brady seemed optimistic leaving the bargaining table last night. brady known for assisting intense union negotiations. de los 5,000 members of the transport union walked off the job almost one week ago. their president released a statement which says in part, "we can't get anywhere at the bargain table because septa has pinned their hopes on
getting an injunction to end the strike. of. >> some of the older people on tuesday, organized labor and other interested parties will provide vanns and other transportation. >> we asked employers to let workers come in a little late or leave a little early before the polls close. >> reporter: a judge will decide whether to force workers to return on election day. urging an end to the strike. union members tell us they are walking the picket line for their families as well as their dignity. keep an eye on septa as well as sheraton hotel and activity inside and let you know what happens. live for now, monique broxton, nbc 10 news. now check in first alert traffic reporter francesca ruscio. >> delays, very quiet.
it is the weekend. that could be different monday and tuesday into the election. cain line three, 11 minutes later. equipment problems. mindful this is the story and could continue. airline rail, issued a statement for shuttles postponed to melrose park station. the vehicle fire lower providence has cleared about two minutes ago, route 420, pawlings road overpass. be mindful of residual delays. rosemary, back to you. >> thanks, francesca. nbc 10 will follow developments on septa strike and the impact it's having on your commute. make sure you have nbc 10 app where you find septa strike survival guide to see what's running, not running and get latest news and updates on negotiation. only two more days until election day and both candidates are going to be in pennsylvania again.
hillary clinton announced rally in philadelphia working to get more information on that. we were told it would be near lasalle university and then told it won't be near lasalle university. keep you posted. donald trump will be just outside of pittsburgh. last night he was rushed off the stage in reno, nevada, because of a security scare. a protester carrying a sign. secret service agents questioned and released the protester. ♪ clinton is keeping the spotlight on pennsylvania. at a free concert with katy perry at the center. katy perry said tuesday will be fun but wednesday will be better. philadelphia police have recovered three laptops stolen from clinton campaign workers. somebody stole the computers from a parked car in northern liberty friday night. police say a 27-year-old man broke into the car and took
backpacks left in the back seat. investigators tell us it was a crime of opportunity and there are no signs if it has anything to do with the election. with just two days to go nbc 10 is your place for election coverage. be sure to watch our special campaign countdown show monday night at 7:00. it will be covering clinton's election eve rally in philadelphia. plus in new york city campaign headquarters for both of the candidates in the coming weeks. nbc 10 at clinton's headquarters in brooklyn and at trump tower on fifth avenue in manhattan. 7:36 right now on this sunday. still ahead chuck todd, moderator of "meet the press" will join us live. we'll talk about candidates' strategy headed into the final stretch. he may be king in cleveland but this isn't lebron's quirk. enough for sixer to break the losing streak? john clark has the highlights coming up in sports.
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a restaurafavorite - 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. john clark from csn. eagles, giants, birds going to be without one of their best run stoppers for a third straight game.
bennie logan did not make the trip with the eagles. here are the birds arriving in jersey. they have won eight of nine. 5-1 at metlife stadium. the birds need a road win here. they do not want to go 0-3 in the division. it's a game we have to win, you know, with our backs up against the ropes, you know. and with that being the situation, you hear it but your mentality has to ultimately stay the same. >> we'll have a full recap later on today on nbc 10. no early christmas gifts for sixer fans. sixers coach brett brown says joel embiid on a restriction and will be through the holidays. take a look against cavs. lebron james blocked. by joel embiid. looks like goaltending but never let facts get in the way of a good story. embiid just getting started, open at three, banks at home.
jojo with smile. 4-for-4 three-point land. sixers up, lebron james finds frye, cavs go up one. big three. next sixer. embiid tries to make something happen. turns it over. six turnovers. seven seconds to go. henderson back off the inbound. look at this, no foul call. brett brown wanted to get the ball to joel, sixers turned it over on their final five possessions. they lose 102-101. yeah, throw that towel. sixers are 0-5. flyers going for four straight wins in montreal. michael del zotto making his season debut. tied at the first. del zotto misses the net, corals, dishes to gossett, his third of the season. flyers have the lead up 2-1. take a look at the flyers power play. watch what happens to the puck. get behind the flyers. this is a killer.
the flyers lose to the canadiens 5-4. number 12 penn state hosting iowa. james franklin kind of gets that whiteout he wanted. fired up in happy valley. 19-yard touchdown and nittany lions rolling. look at barkley here. 57 yards to the house. he had over 200 total yards. penn state with 599 yards of offense. they annihilate iowa 41-14. penn state is 7-2. they could run the table. villanova, the national champs got their banner raised at the wells fargo center yesterday joining '85 team. they also have a banner at the pavilion. they are taking on indiana, pennsylvania in their only exhibition. josh hart 27 points taking over as a senior this year. villanova crushes iup 94-49. their season opens up on friday.
join us 9:30 a.m. and 10:00 for eagle game plan and "eagles game day kickoff" and "eagles game day final" tonight after sunday night news. full day of eagles-giants coverage. i'm john clark. just a few minutes before you might be surprised who is feeling the most stress over the battle for the white house. >> i've felt anxiety for months. >> upset about it. >> experts give us tips for coping. plus workers in our area could face big tax boost in the new year. an increase getting very little attention until now. >> may see their tax bill triple. >> coming up at 11:30 following "meet the press" only on nbc 10.
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buses, trolleys and subways will be picketing today. a judge will decide whether to force striking workers to return to their job on election day. today philadelphia will honor our veterans and military members during second annual veterans parade. kicks off at noon 15th street and jfk in center city. >> announcer: now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> beginning with a look at 24-hour change. comparing temperatures now to what they were 24 hours ago. it's a warmer start this morning than yesterday. pretty chilly on saturday. now we're 15 degrees warmer in allentown, 18 warmer in philadelphia. look at areas like mount holly, vineland, 16, 18 degrees warmer. we're feeling the difference out there this morning. it's a mild, nice start. most of us right around low 50s to upper 40s. you see areas like wilmington at 46, some lower numbers on the board.
we've got a lot of things doing on this morning and through the afternoon so the forecast, defeat als, citizens bank park sunday. 54, 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m., 57 degrees. should see temperatures around 60 by noon toward the he said of the event. if you're heading out to bucks town, festival going on today, 10:00 a.m. 54 degrees, 57 by noon, 55 by 4:00. starting to see temperatures slip a tad because now high temperatures are going to hit what seems like an earlier point in the day. sunset at an earlier point due to the end of daylight savings time. start to see cooldown, sunny to mostly sunny throughout, also breezy in the forecast. breezy conditions in the forecast as well for eagles and giants game if maybe you're taking a drive up to metlife stadium. sunny to mostly sunny, tailgating weather, 50 as well. across the board, mid-50s
throughout the region. kickoff 1:00 p.m. 58 degrees, 57 by the fourth quarter. as i mentioned, 10 to 15-mile-per-hour winds gust up to 20 miles per hour are certainly possible. overall should be a good game for hopefully and eagles win. hour by hour forecast shows why mild conditions and dry conditions. high pressure dominating the area. i really like what shows off because it shows cutoff for the clouds keeping anything out of our zone. any rain that's well off to the northeast of us. and high pressure going to hold tight to our region throughout sunday and right into monday. in fact, it's going to continue through monday and even into your tuesday as well, which means that election day should be perfect weather. no excuse not to get out and vote. upper 60s in philadelphia, 66 suburbs and alone the shore a temperature of 66 degrees as well but upper 60s continue through delaware. sunny conditions i mentioned through tuesday. a small dip in temperatures monday. then wednesday will ab chance
for scattered showers to move in. spot chances for wednesday. better chances, those will move in for weekend, also see a cooldown in your temperature. it is the homestretch for presidential knoll niece in decision 2016. both are crisscrossing the cub pushing for votes. nbc's "meet the press" is covering it all for us. joining us a preview moderator of "meet the press" chuck todd. good morning, chuck. >> hey, good morning. >> all right, chuck. we are finally here. if you're trump and kellyanne what's the strategy in the last hours of the campaign. >> well, the strategy is obviously turnout, turnout, turnout for the both of them. clinton it's pretty clear the focus of their final 48 hours, gin up african-american vote. in the early vote states like north carolina and florida, a consistent trend line that is african-american voters not turning out in numbers like 2012. that's why you're seeing a lot of hillary clinton in
philadelphia, more obamas in philadelphia tomorrow. she's headed to detroit. sheet she's going to be back in philadelphia. she was in cleveland on friday. they are very, very concerned about the intensity of that, of the african-american vote. for trump, his final strategy appears to be more about searching for another state to try to see if he can get to 270 electoral votes. he may have stumbled on a new opportunity in the state of michigan. there appears to be something happening in the battle there. >> you mentioned, chuck, of course pennsylvania. we have seen a lot of both candidates in the last few weeks, few days. is pennsylvania still up for grabs or do we have an idea of who will win here? >> you know, i'm a skeptic in that we've been here before where republicans talk about being able to flip pennsylvania. i think it's going to be close. but remember, a four- or five-point race is a close race
and at the same time decisive enough for those electoral votes to perhaps stay in the democratic column. it would take a dramatic drop in african-american turnout in philadelphia coupled with trump suddenly doing much better in the suburbs in philadelphia than he's been polling for him to pull the upset. i'm skeptical. i think it's close but i definitely still think it's an advantage for clinton. >> chuck, i've got you for like another minute and a half. this the last time we're going to talk before the election on tuesday. your thoughts as a whole, everything you've seen this campaign season? >> i can't help but having gerald ford's favorite phase in my head, our long national nightmare is finally coming to an end. one of our polsters offered a quick piece of analysis on final "wall street journal" poll that will be debuting on "meet the press." he noted essentially this was the election of fear. you had two campaigns that ran
on different forms of fear. trump running on fear of this changing world, this fast-paced changing demography of this country and hillary clinton running on fear of trump. fear is the motivator. fear can be a motivator when it comes to elections. we're seeing in turnout that perhaps it's working for both campaigns. >> we'll see what happens tuesday of the moderator of "meet the press" chuck todd. as always, chuck, thanks for being with us. >> you got it. appreciate it. >> clinton's chairman john podesta will be on "meet the press" at 10:30 on nbc 10. we'll be right back.
on. this afternoon the flyers wives will host their 40th carnival. here is a live look at the wells fargo center where festivities will begin at 1:30. fans can meet flyers players, take a shoot on goal and ride the ferris while and carousel ice. money raised goes to various charities all across our region. nbc 10 proud sponsors of the carnival. in addition to the flyers and their lives, i'm sure be plenty nbc 10 and telemundo members as well. >> i think i saw that e-mail go out. there will be some people there let's take a look at conditions outside, which is a nice forecast. a live look at forecast road shows sun already out and a gorgeous day for us. sunny, fall-like day, 53, sunny
to mostly sunny and breezy conditions. stay sunny, monday a little cooldown, tuesday a warm-up right in time for election day. 67 and sunny. we do see that dip again wednesday, thursday, friday. chance of rain wednesday, better chance of looking like saturday potentially into sunday and look at that cooldown. highs only in the low 50s so we are certainly seeing changes to the forecast high next weekend. >> i'm just glad we're not seeing too many 30s on the seven-day. >> there may be some areas that drop in the 30s, what we've seen so far, models back and forth. so we're going to keep a close eye on it. >> enjoy warmer weather while you can. you know it's not going to last forever. >> that's going tid it for now. i'm rosemary connors, for krystal klei and everybody here, thags for joining us. set those clocks back an hour if you haven't done it. thanks for joining us on nbc 10 news. have a good one.
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we cannot take anything for granted. >> we are the movement of the future. >> the only thing that's left to do is vote. s. the cubs win the world series. ♪ good morning. welcome to "sunday today." i'm willie geist. hillary clinton entered the race on april 12th, 2015, nearly 19 months ago. donald trump rode into the race two months later. in 48 hours, the polls will be open. trump had a brief scare last night when secret service rushed him off the stage because of a