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today he begins his first full day as commander-in-chief. we are off to a bit of a foggy start in the philadelphia region this morning. we're watching the fog and tracking winds and rain for later on this weekend. it's all coming up in your first alert neighborhood forecast. good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today". i'm rosemary connors. it's 5:30 on this saturday. thanks for being with us. we're looking for that morning fog to clear out but then we're tracking some rain for later on this weekend. meteorologist krystal klei has the details in the most accurate forecast in the region. what we're looking at is a first alert we issued because we're tracking that system. it will strengthen into a nor'easter as it moves into our neck of the woods. it's way off to the west currently but tomorrow it may become an issue. first alert is for the entire area starting sunday night lasting all the way through your monday night. this is for rain which may be
heavy at times. strong wind gusts across the board and some coastal flooding. at this point it looks like minor coastal flooding but some issues regardless. looking at your radar and satellite what we're seeing is cloud cover. that's all we're dealing with today is cloudy conditions. we're looking at fog. the best is 10 mile visibility. most of us around one mile sore. more dense in areas of pottstown and lancaster. if you're driving north or if you are north those areas not looking great this morning. it will thin some once the sun does rise. here's a look at temperatures. we're at 42 in philadelphia and 44 in atlantic city. upper 30 at pottstown through allentown and even mid-30s for mount pocono. as we move into tomorrow it won't be a concern of fog or temperatures, the concern will be the rain and the winds picking up right into monday. we'll track those hour by hour coming up. today thousands of women from our area will march on
washington. right now they are boarding buses to make the trip to our nation's capital. nbc 10's pamela osborne is live in washington with a preview of the march. pam? >> reporter: this is expected to be the single largest demonstration of protesters here in washington. 200,000 people are expected to attend and participate although the city is prepared up to 400,000 people. now we have some brand new video we'll show you of some of those demonstrators leaving 30th street station in philadelphia. the pennsylvania chapter tells us they are expecting anywhere from 12 to 20,000 people to travel to washington for the march here. the women and men who are participating represent more than 30 different groups. organizers say it's to send a bold message to president trump that women's rights are human rights and not just that, they are protesting for criminal justice reform, women's reproductive rights, lgbtq rights and equal pay.
>> i think it means a lot to me to go see so many people who feel as strongly as i do that we have to stand up and we can't just let things be the way they are. >> reporter: the indigo girl singers will be here in attendance. i was looking at twitter this morning and i saw an empty shelf here in the city. a lot of protesters are out. they have their signs. they are running out of signs. we just spoke to one of them as they are leaving, getting ready to go the site very early. you'll hear from her when we come back. i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. women's march on philadelphia is also set for 10:00 this morning. you're looking at a foggy ben franklin parkway. organizers expect tens of thousands of people to demonstrate. participants will participate for civil and human rights.
with this march some roads are closed. we check in with francesca ruscio who has the details. >> everyone can expect delays in and out of the area for the demonstration which will be taking place at the ben franklin parkway. so now for your safety folks i have put in place these road closures. we are closed at the ben franklin parkway between 16th street and 20th street. 19th street between grace and vine and rays administrate between 20th and logan. another thing to talk about we're dealing with an accident on i-95ed a woodhaven road and blocking two lanes. one lane is getting by. we'll have updates as long as this accident hasn't cleared. a women's march in newark new castle county will happen simultaneously with the others going on in washington and around our area. activists plan to hold a secondle light vigil. the march and rally will then
follow. stay with nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app as we track the impact of the women's marches here and in washington. with the app you can get breaking news alert and traffic updates. ♪ president donald trump and vice president mike pence along with the trump family danced the night away at this inaugural ball in washington last night. this was the liberty ball one of the three official galas. the swearing in of our new president is being remembered for its pomp, pageantry and protest. steve handelsman reports from the trump white house. ♪ >> reporter: president trump and first lady melania celebrated in traditional fashion. and the 45th president kept the washington tradition to walk
some in his inaugural parade, thrilling the modest size crowd. ignoring demonstrators more than 200 arrests, at least half a dozen officers with minor injuries. >> i donald j. trump. >> reporter: just after he was sworn in president trump repeated his angry outsider campaign theme. promising to take power from politicians and give it to the people. vowing to quickly fix poverty, crime, factory closings and bad schools. >> this american carnage stops right here and stops right now. >> reporter: he reached out to the clintons. >> i have a lot of respect for those two people. thank you for being here. >> reporter: he was warm to the obamas thanking his predecessor. in the oval office president trump signed an order to cripple waive penalties for not signing up.
>> thank you very much. >> reporter: reason to boast at a ball. >> people who were not so nice to me were saying we did a good job today. ♪ i did it my way >> reporter: my way, the trump theme song on day one. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news at the white house. the senate got network on inauguration day approving a few of the new president's cabinet picks including his new secretary of defense. plus private citizen back to what president obama is now. he's in california now on vacation after his departure from washington.
welcome back. let's get your neighborhood planner for today and then get details on your first alert. today temperatures will climb not a ton but make our way to the low to mid-50s which is warmer than average. not warm but warmer than. we're at 44, 8:00 a.m., 52 degrees by 4:00 in the afternoon. cloudy across the board. this will be another gray day. low 40s for the suburbs, close to 50 degrees by afternoon hours and same for lehigh valley, upper 40s to near 50 in the berks county area. delaware, 43, 8:00 a.m. 50 by noon and mid-50s by your afternoon. new jersey we get to 52 degrees at 4:00 and upper 40s to close to 50 for your jersey shore spots. let's look at our chances for rain. today not going to see anything other than mist this morning. tomorrow, particularly morning, a break and then late day especially. that's when we start pick up that chance of rain. you see it across the board. atlantic city to dover to philadelphia.
but the biggest and best shot at times heavy rain that's through your monday, still lingering in parts of delaware and new jersey into tuesday morning. here's a look at your forecast rain totals. this is just one compute mother dels. we look at a lot of different models. this model by your monday night gives us around one to two inches of rain across the board. the higher amounts i believe will be around the jersey shore and some delaware beaches where we could see one and a half to two inches but more likely an inch of rain in philadelphia and parts of new jersey and up to allentown. we'll time this out with your future model coming up in a few minutes. >> the transition of power was peaceful with cheering and celebrations in washington yesterday, but just a few blocks away from the presidential motorcade a very different picture. protesters set fire to a limo and a tv news car. police dressed in riot gear tried to get the protesters to back away peacefully. [ gunshot ]
>> people threw rocks and bricks shattered windows and burned trash cans. police arrested more than 200 protesters. inauguration day protests in philadelphia were calmer than in our nation's capital. nbc 10 was at independence mall where hundreds gathered there yesterday to voice their opposition to the new president. they demonstrated against a variety of issues including president trump's stance on immigration and women's rights. coming up delaware rolled out the welcome mat for joe biden as the now former vice president made a triumphant return home.
links the pennsylvania and new jersey turnpikes is closed indefinitely for emergency repairs. the bridge is a major connector between bucks and burlington county. the mile and a half long span opened to traffic back in 1956. turnpike official from both states jointly shut down the bridge and dispatched repair crews late yesterday. officials closed the span after a paint worker spotted a crack. it's unclear how long repairs will take. while this bridge is ruscio tells us how to get how to get around. we're closed pa turnpike between route 1, pa pike 413 that's what i would advise especially when it gets busy and expect delays in and out of that area.
we have an area in abington. an accident on 95. it hasn't cleared. right now you're looking at president donald trump doing the business of governing on his inauguration day. the new president signed his first executive orders in the oval office yesterday. he also signed his first bill into law. the measure cleared the way for retired general james mattis to serve as defense secretary. after that bill signing the senate confirmed general mattis and one of president trump's other cabinet nominees. >> i james norman mattis do solemnly swear. >> that's vice president mike pence swearing in the new secretary of defense. the senate confirmed general mattis by a vote 98-1. the lone dissenter was new york senator kristen gillibrand.
president trump released a statement thanking the senate and said he's hoping for quick confirmation of the rest of his cabinet picks. [ cheering ] >> cheers in southern california were for the former first couple. the's trip from washington was not completely smooth. bad weather diverted their even if a secondary airport. president obama tweeted last night michelle and i are off on a quick vacation and then back to work. they had one final chance to say thanks before leaving the washington area. they shared a mess swag their staff members and the country before taking off. >> proved the power of hope. thank you, everybody. yes we did. yes, we can. "god bless america". >> trending right now on twitter #thank you obamas.
>>er vice president joe biden will spend his first full day after leaving office in delaware. mr. biden and his wife jill left washington yesterday the way he always got to and from the city on an amtrak train. he told tim furlong he looks forward to a break. but biden plans to get back to work with university of delaware and university of pennsylvania and he'll focus on ending cancer. on his way back to delawaren reflected onto inauguration. when the bidens arrived in wilmington they were greeted by the mayor along with hundreds of cheering fans. president donald trump america's new commander-in-chief will be the topic on "meet the press" this weekend. join moderator chuck todd tomorrow morning at 10:30 right here on nbc 10. in other news investigators are trying to figure out what caused a row home fire that killed two people in chester delaware county.
two row homes went up in flames on morton avenue before noon yesterday. officials tell us one of the homes was abandoned. neighbors say a mother and her adult son in the other but unclear exactly who died. new from overnight a man is in the hospital after he was stabbed in north philadelphia. nbc 10 was on the scene here on north 10th street. the attack happened just after 1:00 this morning. the victim is in stable condition. so far there are no arrests in this case. take a look at this new surveillance individual offan armed robbery in philadelphia. a worker opened a for a bandit at a consignment shop. the robber tied up an employee and a customer before letting in two other robbers. they stole thousands of dollars in jewelry, handbags and clothing. one of the men wore a gucci baseball cap and another man may have had a too on the back of his hand.
and while today will not be the most beautiful day today is the better dave your twod get out and do anything that involves the outdoors. here's a look at your new jersey temperatures. pretty mild start out there. we've been seeing mild temperatures. can't complain. 42 for clayton. piney hall at 42 degrees. 42 for robinville. florence at 43. radar and satellite for us currently just cloudy conditions. that's the theme of today. gray cloudy but for the most part dry day. might run into mist early on this morning due to patchy fog that's still lingering. as we go forward things get very rainy. we're looking today at 54 for our temperature cloudy. tomorrow we start off with light to moderate rain morning. break early in the day. afternoon-evening rain starts to pick back up. still in the low 50s. drop to lower 40s by monday. that's with the heaviest rain moving in.
for the suburbs drops to mid-by monday. again, heavy showers. that's going to be in the forecast at least for periods time throughout our entire viewing area. 50 today in lehigh valley. new jersey, 53 saturday and 51 sunday, 46 by your monday. upper 40s jersey shore that's when we see our highest winds and heaviest rain. same for your delaware beaches where we're 46 on monday. here's the hour by hour forecast. we're starting our evening here and as we go into sunday morning first-round of mostly light to moderate rain. a couple of brief pockets of heavier rain but this is going to move out pretty quickly. this is the round ahead of the main system the nor'easter that will develop. :30 in the evening these deeper greens. that's the of more steady rain. heaviest rain doesn't come until monday. 7:30 in the morning your commute is wet. look at that. pockets of very heavy rain. a line passing through to dump rain over us.
around noon it continues to track to the northeast here, lingering showers into your moan evening and i even think especially onto shore tuesday morning we could have some light showers. there's a high wind watch in effect. start as we go into tonight but last as we go along the shore points through monday at 3:00. from cape may county all the way up to new york city that you're seeing along our shore points that high wind watch is in effect. we could gusts at 50 miles per hour or above with this system. the problem with that when you got steady rain and high winds that are forcing in from the east you have to worry about high tide. for monday high tide for 4:13 a.m. and 4 lone 24 in the afternoon on monday when we could see minor coastal flooding. 5:02:00 a.m. for cape may, opposite in the evening and for atlantic city 4:03:00 a.m. as well as 4:20 p.m. more on this coming up. 76ers win again in the final seconds but not before getting a scare from their star center.
robert covington hit the game winner with four seconds left. sixer won eight of their last ten. earlier sixer center left the game with an injured left knee. he returned but stayed out for good after hurting it again. espn reports he had an mri for a hyper extended knee but said he felt fine. the flyers return to action tonight at the wells fargo center. the orange and black host their arch rival the new jersey devils. facing off this evening in south philly at. organizers predict nearly 900,000 people would attend yesterday's inauguration. how many people actually did show up? next we'll look at how president trump's swearing in compared to president obama's.
♪ what a kick the radio city rockettes were at the inaugural ball last night. troupe was one of many to celebrate the inauguration of donald trump. the crowd at yesterday's inauguration numbered in the hundreds of thousands but visually it was smaller than the one that packed the national mall for president obama's first inauguration eight years ago. take a look for yourself. this photo shows a split image. the one onto right taken
yesterday. the other one on the left taken at the same time of day. obama's gnawing raul put out a number of 2 million. today you can see plenty of pooches at the jersey shore at the dog show. it's under way at the wildwood convention center. the competition has been going on for a couple of days now. it wraps up tomorrow. 5:57 right now on this saturday. buses are on the way to washington for the women's march. pamela osborne is live in d.c. >> reporter: we're about four hours away from the start of that rally. ahead of the march when we come back we'll introduce to some of the people who are justing here this morning to participate. and in your first alert forecast while today will be cloudy by evening especially monday we're tracking high winds and heavy. in fact one of the areas that may be hardest right along cape may. a look where currently roads are just a little wet.
the bridge connecting the pa-new jersey turnpike is shut down for repairs. we'll help you get around the problem. we're tracking heavy rain and strong winds for later on this weekend. this is a live look at the shore in cape may. some wet roads already. first alert forecast breakdown the timing of this wet weather. good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today". i'm rosemary connors. thanks for being with us. it's 6:00 on this saturday. let's get right to that first alert forecast, meteorologist krystal klei has the details for us. >> we're looking at that first alert in effect not for today but as we go sunday night and on through your monday night for the entire area we're tracking this first alert. though it looks like our coastal points will see the hardest hit because the system will pass just to the south us. rain can be heavy at times with a system like this and we expect strong wind gusts across the