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nbc 10 sent a team to washingtoning to bring you the parties, the politics, and the protests. it is the inauguration of donald trump. good evening i'm jim rosenfield. >> i'm jacqueline london, we're live in washington, d.c. where less than 24 hours from now, donald trump will be sworn in as the are 45th president of the united states. and in fact, president elect donald trump and his wife, melania, just arrived here in washington, d.c. at the site of the celebration that is taking place this evening. a concert where people are gathered to support donald trump and hear the music that will come out tonight. >> all day long, our nbc 10 inauguration team has been spread out across the district to bring you the latest on these events leading up to tomorrow's inauguration. >> we want to go to lauren mayk who is at the lincoln memorial with more on the celebration. >> reporter: we've been making our way across the mall and we
have made it now to the lincoln memorial. and we stopped right here, because this is a great view to show you of what's happening here. you can see things all lit up there and the screens along the reflecting pool there. so that the crowd can see up close what is happening. there was a big cheer we heard here when donald trump and his family made that first appearance here. you know, this is a chance for folks to see him and hear him today and be part of this, even though they may not have quite as good as a seat tomorrow. they may not even have tickets. matter of fact, i spoke with some folks from south philly who were here just for this today. they won't be here tomorrow. they are getting to experience a little piece of history tonight. guys, back to you. all right. lauren thank you. we can tell you that security is tight and local men and women here are helping to make sure that everyone remains under
control. >> more than 400 soldier and airmen in fact from the delaware national guard are among those coming to help out with the security efforts that keep people safe at the inauguration. there are troops from pennsylvania and new jersey as well. they're all here preparing for any potential problems that may occur during tomorrow's events. his first ride in a military plane, president elect donald trump arriving at andrews air force base this afternoon with his family. rehearsals are underway for tomorrow's inauguration. 28,000 officers are securing the national mall, the parade route and other sites. >> wsome sworn in this morning. >> history is going to be happening here. to be part of the group that's going to be supporting this mission. for me it's cool. >> as washington gets ready for huge crowds. demonstration and a big musical celebration tonight.
we have a lot more coming up here on nbc 10 news at 5:00. coming up at 5:30, we're going to take a look at some of the promises donald trump made during the campaign and how they might affect policies in philadelphia and pennsylvania. >> this is a huge production here in washington. we are showing you every aspect of it, including what is taking place behind the scenes. >> if you're following nbc 10's tracy davidson, you got to take a look at her instagram. if you did, you saw a photograph there. a nice behind the scenes look at where we're getting ready each morning and each afternoon. tracy, just one of our 16 person crew we have in d.c. keeping you covered from now until friday night. nbc 10 bringing you the ins and outs of everything happening fo the inauguration of donald trump. and stay with nbc 10 tonight at 7:00 for a special one hour edition. the inauguration of donald trump. so a lot more coverage still to come. let's send it back to the studios with nbc 10's keith
jones and erin coleman. >> we'll check in with you, of course, throughout the show. we appreciate your time. we've got a lot of news to talk about back here at home, including main street is on high alert because a popular store was being robbed last night. >> the shop is along main street next to other stores. they were all packed with people. >> nbc 10's cydney long is live along main street tonight. this isn't the first time this has happened. >> reporter: it's not. last night's brazen hold up happened here at remix. just since january 5th, police have responded to four other thefts here in manioc. the other two were four blocks down this way. they were stolen items. city leaders say they won't stand for it. >> this is not the norm. this never happened here. >> reporter: last night before closing inside the remix
consignment couture. >> it was not a spur of a moment let's do this. >> reporter: armed crooks raided the place. they bound a female employee and a 65-year-old male customer with zip ties. the head of the development authority is livid. >> that blows my mind. i'm sorry to be so blunt about that. but they literally, they looked into the camera. so they weren't worried. >> police have yet to release any surveillance video. neighboring businesses with cameras also turned us down. a female employee who spoke to the detectives and city leaders didn't wish to speak to us. >> we just got in town last night. >> reporter: visiting from ohio word of the holdup has lindsay on edge. >> i would never expect something like that to happen. especially someone to come in with masks. >> reporter: some plan to carry mace and walk in pairs. >> sometimes i have to park further for work.
>> someone might case the place. we'll be better prepared for them and hope thael there won't be a next time. >> they should be worried because we have then. there's 50 something cameras in this district looking at the streets. we'll have the car they used. >> reporter: now, councilman jones says the silver lining in all this, there is three ways in and out. strategically placing the surveillance cameras in specific areas of the city they'll be able to solve crimes like this one and do it quickly. i'm cydney long, nbc 10 news. thank you. in the meantime you see the black jacket, it's light spring-like temperatures made for a nice day today. this is salive look down the shore at came may. which is still too cold for the beach. big changes are on the way. >> strong winds, heavy rain and coastal flooding are expected this weekend. first alert meteorologist erica martin is tracking the weather that's moving our way. >> that's right. right now we're seeing
spring-like conditions. sunset 5:05 p.m. we're tracking showers on the approach. let's go ahead and take a look at our hour by hour forecast, including our temperatures. notice we're mainly seeing 40s. doyletown 43. po potts town. 45. along with philadelphia. but as you get this going into tonight, we're seeing mainly mid to upper 30s across the area. by tomorrow, i'm tracking showers moving in from the southwest towards the northeast. even though temperatures will be above normal. we are expecting some showers moving in. widely scattered at times. i do think we'll see an issue for the afternoon and evening commute as the system continues to work its way towards the northeast. notice by 7:00 p.m. tomorrow, temperatures mainly in the low to mid40s. >> still seeing scattered showers moving towards the northeast. and everything clearing by about 9:00, 10:00 p.m. a quick look at the weekend. notice temperatures will be pretty much above normal for tomorrow with those showers in store on saturday. that will be the dry day of the
weekend. upper 40s to low 50s. mid 50s for philadelphia. increasing clouds into sunday. tracking a system, in fact, a major system that could bring us lots of rain and some really strong wind gusts developing sunday into monday. temperatures mainly in the mid to upper 40s. so coming up we'll talk about the system we're tracking for you here and talk how it will affect your monday morning commute. nbc 10 is working to find out when a fugitive caught in peru will return to our area. officers caught this man earlier this month in lima after six years on the run. investigators say he flew to south america after he was charged in a deadly crash in bucks county. he is accused of crashing his car into a woman's car back in 2010. she died in that crash. a man is accused of trying to kill his wife after a bad dream.
police say the 49-year-old woke up convinced his wife had cheated on him and started choking her. his teenage daughter tried to intervene. he tried to attack her. the girl was able to escape and call for help. a following up to a story, two new jersey congressman have introduced legislation to allow towns to paint blue lines to honor police officers. the lines started popping up last year. regulators say the lines violate safety rules. whoa baby, state troopers come to the rescue when a baby decided it was going to make an early entrance into the world. that story, all new, coming up next. he made campaign promises, what does that mean for policy in philadelphia? nbc 10's lauren mayk speaks with mayor jim kenny about changes we could see. investigators tell me someone intentionally set the fire that did this damage to
these three town homes. i'm talking to the owner of this house as he tries to figure out why somebody would do this to him. we want to bring you a live look at washington, d.c. it's a concert happening at the lincoln memorial. there is our president elect. live coverage of the inauguration of donald trump continues next.
texas. one woman had earrings with a trump name on them. >> you see a lot of color all over. for some it's their first time visiting the nation's capital and their very first inauguration. >> we have something to sing about. we're happy deplorables. >> dean lives in california and he's showing his support for trump in d.c. he says back home he got a lot of flack for supporting trump. today in washington, people were shaking his hand and posing for pictures. dean says the president elect has already had a positive impact on his life. >> got out of homelessininess. got a job, part time. it motivated me, inspired me. if we don't have a leader that's going to inspire and motivate us, what good is it? >> this is dean's first inauguration. likely his last. he said he simply felt compelled to be here. if you want to see what's
happening behind the scenes, we're all over facebook, twitter, and instagram. >> love posting on all those platforms. the texas women are on our page. this was posted earlier this morning, tracy davidson up before the sun here in washington. with our photographer and producer and a lot of wires. make sure you're following us for more posts like that. a lot of color and we love sharing with you on our platforms. earlier today i came across a mother and son who have very differing views throughout the election one supported hillary clinton, the other supported donald trump. they are still talking. and they both came here together to the inauguration. >> for now let's send it back to keith and erin in philadelphia. all right. thanks guys. we'll check back in. in delaware tonight, fire investigators are on the hunt
for two suspected arsonists. >> they're believed to have start adfire in one home that spread to others leaving some families with little to nothing. nbc 10's tim furlong spoke with some of the homeowners. >> flames went up through the roof. it went straight up. >> reporter: antoine says the fire spread quickly through his house. he saw the two guys that started it. they first set his shed on fire and tried to come inside the house. >> they took the shovel from the shed and shattered my patio door window. if i hadn't had jumped up off the coach and started screaming at them they would have been in my house. >> reporter: we were given a number of video clips of the scene overnight here at the newcastle point town homes. we were here today for the clean up. the fire marshall says there's $300,000 worth of damage and six people need to find someplace to live. >> i'm mad, i'm angry. >> reporter: mike had a tough
time talking to me. he said he wishes he could have saved his most prized possessions. >> there are pictures and things like that that my children and family members -- >> i don't have a clue. >> reporter: antoine is trying to figure out why the house he shares with his 17-year-old son was targeted. he's lived there 20 years. he hadn't had a problem until three weeks ago until somebody slashed his tires and now this. two guys he believes destroyed his home and those of his neighbors he says. >> may god have mercy on you. >> reporter: in newcastle nbc 10 news. i'm first alert meteorologist erica martin. while conditions are dry right now, weather headlines include tracking rain showers through tomorrow. the p.m. commute for friday. we expect a system moving in from the southwest to the northeast. it won't be a washout, but certainly a commute headache.
saturday will be warm and dry, sunday a storm will move in. on monday it looks like we have heavy rain and gusty winds. coastal flood threat as well. doppler radar right now is dry. we're seeing clouds move in towards the northeast. philadelphia, 46 with northeasterly winds. normal high for today is 40 degrees. the record high 65 back in 1951. and today's high temperature, 49 degrees. so locally your neighborhoods looks like this. lots of 40s in and around philadelphia. buffington, 43. parkwood 45. chestnut hill 42. society hill 46. so temperatures above normal for today. and we'll trend that way for tomorrow. the jersey shore seeing upper 40s. woodbine 49. upper township at 48. cape may courthouse at 46. may's landing 47. summers point also seeing upper 40s.
for tomorrow temperatures are going to be, again, above normal. lots of mid to upper 40s. lehigh valley seeing low 40s for you. 43 for bethbethlehem. newtown, 47. overnight lows in the 30s. phoenixville 46 is your expected high temperature. mount airy 45 degrees. again, trending warm as we saw today for tomorrow and through the weekend. haddenfield, your expected high for tomorrow 48. taking a look at the jersey shore. atlantic city seeing rain showers moving through again, not a washout. but scattered showers. 48 degrees as your high temperature. dover, looking at 46 degrees as your expected high. and wilmington, 48. hour by hour forecast. notice we'll start this tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. the clouds will develop quickly ahead of the showers. by noon, we're already seeing a line of showers moving through
again. 5:00 p.m. for the evening commute. nuisance rain showers there. everything starting clear after 9:00 p.m., 10:00 p.m., 11:00 p.m. we have a first alert that's been issued for rain and strong winds as we track a system for the entire area. and that's on sunday through monday night. notice what we can expect, rain and heavy at times, some strong wind gusts. in fact we could see wind gusts topping at 50, 55 miles per hour and possibly coastal flooding. here is the track of the system moving in on sunday into monday. 7:30 p.m., we are seeing heavy pockets of downpours there. again, really strong gusty winds. at least through late monday. keep that in mind. i do think everything will clear by early tuesday. your ten day on 10 brings us p.m. fog friday into saturday and then tracking those showers. that storm sunday into monday. athank you coming up.
a new jersey teenager disappeared while at school in connecticut. the latest on the search to find her. one final thank you, what president obama is saying to you, the american people, on this his last full day in office. and as we head to break, a live look right now at washington, d.c. live coverage of the inauguration of donald trump. continues next.
welcome back to our live coverage. this was some kind of election cycle, wasn't it? >> it really was. definitely true for one family i came across today. they're from washington township, new jersey and have different views on the election. i met doug ford and pat ford, mom and son. doug supported trump.
mom supported hillary clinton. doug said he couldn't tell his family at first. he kept it in the closet. i asked them both what it's like to be in washington for this inauguration? >> it's very, very hard. and now i feel as if i cannot be that vocal. >> for you how exciting is it for you to be here? >> it's the best day of my entire life. >> the good news is the family is still getting along. >> that's great. >> there are no fights at the dinner table. and they say it really is all about family and they just wanted to support each other. but she is still a hillary clinton supporter and he is so excited to be here to see donald trump. >> the feelings on both sides, depending on who you were supporting, incapsulated in that one family, mom and son. if you want to know what's going on behind the scenes, we love posting on social media for all of you, be sure to follow us on
facebook, right, twitter, and instagram. so you can search us by name and find us there. we're posting photographs, videos as well. >> we were trying to get the perfect selfie, you and i with the capitol perfectly behind us. we're trying to achieve that. make sure you check out our pages and find out if we're successful in that aspect. for now, let's go back to the studios with keith and erin. >> always appreciated a jim rosenfield selfie. >> great, too. >> we're looking for great content from washington, d.c., guys. let's talk about this, making good on campaign promises. that has to do with washington, of course. he talked about adding a wall, removing obamacare, we'll talk about the impact new presidential policies could have on the philadelphia area and all of us who live here. and coming up, new at 6:00, bagpipers from bethlehem are among the performers at this inauguration welcome concert. we talked to them about this presidential-sized opportunity,
new at 6:00. let's listen to the special concert at lincoln financial -- my goodness -- the lincoln memorial in washington, d.c. of course that's what that is. part of the celebration ahead of the inauguration of donald trump. this is three doors down. more live coverage from washington when we come back. ♪
their support. >> during the campaign we heard president elect trump talk about policies. >> lauren mayk has new on how new presidential policies might have an impact in philadelphia. >> reporter: we are here at the lincoln memorial. some folks started gathering behind us. they're from texas and they're very excited to be here. let me show you the crowd that has gathered here. this is the reflecting pool. you can see how they've gathered along the railing here to be here for this. this is the celebration, tomorrow is the pageantry, and after that they get to work. we wanted to take a look at how things may affect our area. when it comes to campaign promises, these were some of donald trump's most famous. >> we'll be able to immediately repeal and replace obamacare. >> but now that the president
elect is about to take office, the supporters and local officials look to see what turns topolicies. what's your expectation? >> i don't know. if this were mitt romney or george bush or ronald reagan, mccain, we would have an idea. philosophically what might happen. >> reporter: here's one way changes could affect cities like philadelphia. last september candidate trump told me he'd defund sanctuary cities. we crunched the money and found philadelphia expecting more than $600 million in federal funds. money going to things from public safety to street repairs. to healthcare and parks. mr. trump didn't specify which could be trump. what impact would it have? >> we don't know how much of an impact it will have.
we have to remember, the president or senator toomey or whoever will ask their colleagues to cast the vote to take money away from police officers and firefighters. public safety moneys. >> reporter: so they are really taking a wait and see approach in the city of philadelphia at this point. what you're looking at it now, these are live pictures we're seeing at the concert happening at the make america great again welcome celebration here at the lincoln memorial. a crowd has gathered along the reflecting pool to be here. donald trump and his family are here tonight. we are expecting him to talk to this crowd. just as he has done at so many rallies. and again, these are pictures of the concert that is happening right now. we have also heard from other performers here tonight, lee greenwood performed just a little while ago. got the crowd very intently listening to him for that one as
you might imagine. this crowd enjoying sort of a leisurely evening before tomorrow. now doubt that crowd eager to hear from donald trump himself. thanks for that live update there. donald trump took office a day early. >> really? >> a new wax figure was installed at the paris wax museum. trump now stands between german chancellor angela merkel and russian leader vladmir putin. that statue was completed on short notice because the museum expected hnts to w expected hillary clinton to win. we're expecting 900,000 people at trump's inauguration. >> to put that in perspective that's half the number that showed up at president obama's first inauguration in 2009, right? >> exactly. >> among those planning to attend is a group called bikers for trump.
the group's organizers says people are coming from as far away as san diego, oklahoma, florida. they are there for the celebration and to help, also control the protesters. >> we're going to be between the protesters and the law enforcement. law enforcement is our friends. they thank us for being here. we thank them for being here. this wouldn't work without them. >> the group's organizers said donald trump called to thank the group for the work they've done around the country. and still ahead on nbc 10 news at 5:00, we're going to have a health update on george h.w. bush and also have president obama's final thank you. we're going to take you on the journey with us as we cover the events tonight and tomorrow. >> you can see what's going on behind the scenes by following us on social media, facebook, twitter, instagram. all of those. >> check this out, nbc 10's tracy davidson, they watched the
sun come up over the nation's capitol this morning. catch tracy here tomorrow on nbc 10 news today at 4:30 a.m. live from here in washington. one of our 16 person crew we have here in d.c. keeping you covered from now until friday night. nbc 10 bringing you the ins and outs of everything happening for the inauguration of donald trump. and stay with nbc 10 tonight at 7:00 p.m. for a one hour special, the inauguration of donald trump. >> we're not going anywhere. lots more live coverage for you. for now, let's send it back to keith and erin in philadelphia. >> we're going to continue the check in with you there in the nation's capital. for now, philadelphia police are investigating the death of a man in their custody this morning. >> within minutes of police responding to the scene in north philadelphia, the suspect was dead. no shots were fired. officers found the man at 10th and poplar acting erratically screaming and jumping on top of his car. he attacked a female officer
grabbing her by the neck. the officer used a baton to fight back, another officer deployed a taser. the suspect collapsed. officers issued a dose of mulox done thinking he was overdosing on drugs. >> i could have seen if they was scared, you know, seeing someone jumping on their car at 5:00 in the morning not knowing what to do. >> police say right now it appears the metal taser prongs didn't penetrate the suspect's skin. >> a block away from that scene, a police car crashed under a bridge. this is at t10th and poplar. the air bags deployed, the officer is okay. turning now to the weather, what a nice day taking a live look at broad street in center city. warmer than usual temperatures today. you can enjoy that until sunday morning. >> sunday, though is when the winds kick up, the rains move in. you can see the weather creeping up from the south on first alert radar. we are taking serious
precautions here. talking about serious winds, damaging rain that could produce coastal flooding. >> nbc 10 first alert meteorologist erika martin is here. >> we are tracking a system that's due here sunday into monday. in fact, pretty large and strong storm. right now, hour by hour forecast is also picking up on rain showers moving from the southwest. we'll start this at 5:30 p.m. and get it into motion. we see the clouds developing from the southwest to the northeast. 12:30 p.m., we're starting to see the initiation of the rain showers moving in, a line of rain showers moving across the area. widespread by 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m. it there could be an issue for the afternoon and evening commute. on friday, give yourself extra time. 6:00 p.m. we see the clearing of the showers. everything clears offshore by 10:00 p.m. your three day out look showers on friday. temperatures in the mid to upper 40s. saturday, a warmer and drier day. seeing lots of 50s. sunday, notice we drop into the
40s once again. and that's when we track that system, that keith and erin were talking about. we have the threat of heavy rain and we also have strong winds. threat of coastal flooding, more information coming up in the full forecast. going up, buying forever stamps is about to cost you more. we'll tell you when the price hike kicks in. how much more you'll be paying. plus, new information on what made a trash can explode at the jersey shore last october. and as we head to break, a live look once again at washington, d.c. live coverage of the inauguration of donald trump. this is a special concert at the lincoln memorial. our coverage continues. next.
welcome back to our live coverage from washington. we want to bring you an update on the health of president george h.w. bush and his wife, barbara. they are both still in a houston hospital. >> he is in intensive care following a setback from breathing problems associated with pneumonia. the former first lady is being treated for bronchitis. >> back here in washington we've gottenen an update. donald trump is expected to speak at the event at the lincoln memorial. we understand it will be half an hour for that. we'll bring that to you, live, of course. >> for now let's go back to the
studios with keith and erin. 6:15 is the time for the speech. thank you so much for your time. in the meantime, back here at home. new jersey state troopers know how to catch criminals. >> delivering babies isn't part of the every day routine. these men in blue did it. a cumberland county couple drove to the barracks because they knew they wouldn't make it to the hospital in time. two detective and troopers helped deliver a baby girl. paramedics arrived a short time later. mother and daughter are doing just fine. >> blessing right there. the price of the forever stamp is not going to last. in fact, buying one is going to cost you more. right now, one forever stamp costs $0.47. on sunday the price goes up to $0.49. forever stamps never expire or decline in value. all new at 5:00 a student goes missing at a college in connecticut. her connection to our area and what police are doing to find her.
i'm tracking rain on friday. temperatures climbing on saturday. i'm tracking a major storm sunday into monday. details coming up in the full forecast. as we head to break, let's take another live look right now, washington, d.c., the lincoln memorial. live coverage at the inauguration of donald trump. we'll continue to watch this concert as well as donald trump expected to speak as president elect. coming up at 6:30 we'll air it live on nbc 10. we'll be right back.
welcome back to washington, d.c. where people continue to descend on the nation's capital as we're less than 24 hours away from ininauguration of donald trump. >> the presidency of barack obama, of course, is winding down. he did something today that his predecessors have done as well. he wrote a thank you letter to america. i want to tell you a little bit about it. give a quote from it, he said and when the arc of progress seems slow, remember america is not the project of any one person. the single most powerful word in our democracy is we, we the people, we shall overcome. you can read that entire letter on the nbc 10 app. president obama plans to
leave the washington, d.c. area tomorrow with his family. they are going to take a vacation. we want to give you a look at the schedule for tomorrow's inauguration of donald trump. it begins in the morning when donald trump takes the oath of office at the swearering in ceremony at the u.s. capitol. there's the inaugural parade along pennsylvania avenue. tomorrow night the three official inaugural balls. there is so much happening in washington as we were getting ready for the inauguration. >> lots of people coming to the nation's capital. we'll bring it to you live. but for now let's send it to philadelphia. the concert is happening at the lincoln memorial. the u.s. army band is playing, stay tuned for that. a couple minutes away. a burlington county teenager is missing. police are working to find her. 18-year-old alley mcgrory hasn't
been seen since tuesday afternoon. when she missed classes and softball practice the school called police. we'll continue to follow the story and bring you any updates. federal investigators are ruling out any man made devices as the cause of a crash -- a trash can explosion i should say last october. a blast expert with the bureau of the atf called the explosion organic. no one was injured in that blast. m. and villanova is celebrating its 175th anniversary. sky force 10 is live over the university right now. the school kicked off the historic mile stone with fireworks in the center of campus. we are hoping to catch some right now. you see tons of people out there. look at that. all right in the middle of the quad there. students and faculty will sample foods from the 1800's.
we'll continue to monitor for the fireworks. let's talk about what the weather is like out there. i'm erika martin, a live look outside. conditions are dry. we're seeing clouds develop from the southwest towards the northeast. we're tracking showers for you. i'll get to that in just a moment. doppler radar not picking up on much just the clouds moving through. the weather headlines include widely 6scours on friday. we'll time that out for you. if you look at the bottom of your screen you'll see your local neighborhood forecast. tracking a big storm sunday into monday. monday, rainy gusty, the threat of coastal flooding, seas could be 10-15 feet with really strong easterly winds. otherwise, current temperatures mainly in the 40s. philadelphia 46.
normal high for today 40. and the record high 65 set in 1951 trenton and allen town 44. lehigh valley looking good. temperatures above normal. bath at 41 and white hall at 43. conditions really comfortable and very mild. that's going to be the story for tomorrow and warmer on saturday. medford ad42. lumberton, 45. florence at 44 and princeton, 41. hour by hour forecasts shows the clouds bringing in. we have the time stamp at 5:30 p.m. notice how the clouds, very quickly by early tomorrow morning, the leading edge of the showers moving in from the southwest towards the northeast after lunchtime. here's the story, as we continue to work this through, you see 4:00 p.m., for the afternoon commutes it could be messy out
there. give yourself extra time. the clouds stick around and every clearing off shore by 10:00 p.m. tomorrow's high temperatures, mainly in the 40s. then we do have the scours. expect a high temperature, 43. looks like west chester will see 44 with overnight lows in the 40s. so a warmer, milder night, especially into saturday. the warmer day of the weekend. philadelphia, you're expected high temperatures mainly in the 40s. looking at haddenfield at 48. trenton, 47. avalon 46. overnight lows in the 30s. delaware seeing lots of 40s. a lot to go over. popping out in the upper 40s tomorrow. look at this i did add p.m. fog friday into saturday. my pick of the weekend clearly saturday. we do have clouds developing temperatures in the mid 50s. and then on sunday, tracking
that system it will bring us lots of rain and really strong gusts here. monday, next monday when everybody is headed to work give yourself extra time for the a.m. commute. you can follow us on social media for more updates. >> we promised you fireworks, you got them. villanova university celebrating 175 years. you see the field and the background. on main campus they're shooting off fireworks to mark the historic milestone. they're right behind the quad. in the meantime, talk about what's coming up new at 6:00. the little town of bethlehem. we talk to musicians. bringing the sound of the lehigh valley to the national stage. here's a live picture right now of that celebration. washington, d.c. country star toby keith performing at the make america
back on nbc 10. we've been bringing you live coverage from washington, d.c. where we're live right now in the meantime we're going to talk about the weather. warm and mild. >> not bad for us, right erika? >> we do have conditions that are mild. temperatures topped out in the upper 40s. however, for inauguration day, 9:00 a.m. we're seeing temperatures mainly in the low 40s tracking showers moving in. not going to be a wash out. keep that in mind. you cannot have umbrellas with you you'll have to have the bonnets and ponchos. noon, we're seeing overcast skies, temperatures mainly in the mid to upper 40s by 3:00 p.m. keeping the clouds around temperatures in the upper 40s. a quick look at what to expect as far as the showers are concerned. your travel outlook, notice the conditions really will be for
the most part scatters as showers move in through washington, d.c. again, temperatures mainly in the 40s. so at least they will be mild. however, we do have the scattered showers once again moving through. the system is developing in the southwest. the clouds will of course lead those rain showers. and you can see here that for the most part it will be wildly scatters. not a total wash out but we do not have the possibility to bring the umbrellas with us, keep the ponchos handy. your ten day outlook likes like this. it looks like we'll see some p.m. fog developing friday into saturday. gusty sunday into monday as we track a coastal system that could bring us coastal flooding, gusty winds and -- we're with you once again for our live coverage from the
nation's capital. the welcome concert happening at the lincoln memorial. jay gray is giving us the lay of the land now with what's going on here in d.c. >> so help me god. >> deputized this morning by d.c. police ground troops as many as 8,000 guardsmen and women have moved into the capital, part of a massive security effort skrooacross the district. they'll join departments from across the country. motoring into the beltway, thousands of bikers for trump who say they'll help to protect citizens. >> something i think all true red white and blue americans have been waiting for. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands of trump supporters celebrating the inauguration and hundreds of thousands protesting the new president. normally, during an inauguration, capital police get
about six requests for protest permits. this year they've had 30. and expect permit or not, to see 100 or more organized demonstrations. >> we want to let the world know this is a very serious situation in the united states. this is not just your normal transition of power here. >> reporter: like supporters protesters have travelled from across the country. thousands training before they'll try to disrupt the festivities. al. >> rounded up and deported. >> reporter: a showdown expected as trump takes the oath of office and both sides in this ongoing power play fill the national mall. many of the protest groups say their goal is to block access to the inauguration. saturday there is a woman's rally scheduled with 200,000 protesters expected to march from freedom plaza to the white house. right now at 6:00, a new
page in american history written in just 18 hours. the next president of the united states is in washington. along with hundreds of thousands to watch him take the oath of office. nbc 10 is in the nation's capital in force, covering every second of the inauguration of donald trump. and good evening, everyone i'm jim rosenfield. >> i'm jacqueline london we're here in the nation's capital bringing you inside access to the inauguration of donald trump. >> and we are expecting to hear from donald trump himself in just a few moments. speaking live at the make america great again welcome concert going on at the lincoln memorial. >> let's go to nbc 10's lauren mayk at that inaugural welcome celebration. what is the energy like there, lauren? >> reporter: jim and jacqueline, this is the celebration part. this is the night where it's time for fun. these folks are having a good time. they're at a fun concert. they're expecting to hear fm