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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 board. on top of that some at least
minor coastal flooding certainly possible as this system passes. here's a look at radar and satellite right now. today we're dry, might see mist out there, some fog hanging across the area. but we're just cloudy. not tracking any rain yet. the front of the system or the first-round of rain really won't move into about tomorrow morning. there will be a break and a heavier system will pass sunday night into monday. here's your weekend forecast. today 54 degrees. tomorrow 52 in philadelphia. tomorrow we start to see showers move in for areas like lehigh valley around 50. rainy conditions by monday are not. we'll track those more closely and talk about rain totals coming up. today women's march on philadelphia is set for 10:00 this morning. you are looking at a very foggy ben franklin parkway where organizers expect tens much thousands of people to demonstrate. similar marches defending civil
and human rights will be held in dozens of across the country today. there will be some road thursday in philadelphia because of the women's march. francesca ruscio has the details for us. >> what many can expect are delays in and out of the area, the demonstration will take place on the ben franklin parkway and egans oval. behind me are the road closures set for your safety. can you what we're talk about. closed on ben franklin parkway between 16th street and 20th street. 19th street between race and vine and race street between 20th and logan circle. we're expecting thousands of people i should say around that area. here's an update with that accident on i-95 between woodhaven and straight road. today thousands of women will march on washington including many from our area. you can see the crowd of people boarding buses at 30th street station just a short time ago to make the trip to d.c.
down here is a live look at the capital building women will march by here today as they demand president trump and congress focus on issues that affect them. nbc 10's pamela osborne is live for us in washington to tell us more about the day's events. >> reporter: good morning. the march here in washington is expected to be huge, more than 200,000 people are expected to participate. the women and men who are going to being part in this are from more than 30 different organizations. the rally scheduled ahead of the march will begin at 10:00 this morning on independence avenue, which is right nearby where we are right now. organizers say it's to send a bold message to president trump that women's are human rights. and that's not it. they are protesting for criminal justice reform, women's reproductive rights, lgbtq rights and equal pay. we stopped and talked to one protester from new york. she hopped on a mega bus at
11:00 last night and was just getting here and getting ready to attend today's activities. take a list to what she had to say. >> i mean this is a really important way for us to say we stand for everyone's rights, that women's rights are human rights and we want to protect the rights of all people. we want to be part of it. >> reporter: and sister marches as they are calling them are happening across the and even the world. there's going to be a women's march in london as well. they are marching there in solidarity to the people here in washington, d.c. and despite the name of it it's not just for the ladies. when i see you at 6:30 this we'll introduce you to one of the many men who ared to participate as well. reporting live in washington, i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. this morning at 10:00 women's marches in new jersey and delaware will happen simultaneously with others around the country including the one in washington. the women's march on trenton
will go from the city's war memorial to the new jersey state house. a women's march in newark new castle county will begin ten unitarian universalist fellowship. we'll track the impact of the women's marches here and washington. on the app you'll get breaking news alert related to these marches and traffic updates. president donald trump will begin his first full day in office in church. the new president will attend a national prayer service at the national washington cathedral. ♪ i did it my way >> melania trump at one of the inaugural balls in washington last night. three official balls capped off a historic day in our nation's capital. here's part of what our country's 45th president had to say on stage. >> today we had a great day. you're going to see things
happening over the few weeks. oh, you're going to be so happy. i want to thank all of our supporters. my number one support, melania, what she puts up with. oh, thank you, honey. >> nbc 10 jim rosenfield co-anchored our team coverage of the inauguration. here's his report on a momentous day in american history. >> reporter: donald j. trump. >> reporter: validation for the businessman and former reality tv star. secretary hillary clinton holding her own. michelle obama unsmiling. president donald trump takes the oath of office. >> congratulations mr. president. >> reporter: the commander-in-chief wasting no time condemning the politicians around him. >> washington flourished but the people did not share in its. politicians prospered but the jobs left and the factories closed. >> reporter: the president vowing to stop what he called
american carnage, poverty, troubled schools, drugs, crime and economic decline. >> january 20th, 2017, will be remembered as the day the people became the rulers of this nation again. >> reporter: then an olive branch. i was very honored, very, very honored when i heard that president bill clinton and secretary hillary clinton was coming today and i think it's appropriate to say and i would like you to stand up. >> reporter: the president walked part of the parade route, first lady melania at his side on their way to the white house. watching the remainder of the parade from the reviewing stand. the 45th president watching proudly with his family. jim rosenfield, nbc 10 news. president trump is wasting
no time peeling back some of obama's major policies. beginning with the affordable care act. the president signed his first executive order to quote ease the regulatory burden of the aca. it means federal agencies will have broad powers to loosen rules created under obamacare including penalizing people who failed to carry health insurance. the executive order notes president trump intends to seek property repeal of the aca. president trump has signed his first bill into law which clears the way for retired general james matisse to serve as secretary of defense. i james norman mattis do solemnly swear -- >> as vice president mike pence swearing in the new secretary of defense. shortly before that the senate confirmed general matisse by a vote of 90-1. the lone dissenter of kristen gillibrand. john kelly was sworn in as secretary of homeland security after his senate confirmation.
president trump released a statement thanking the senate. he also said he hopes for quick confirmation for the rest of his cabinet picks. 6:09. coming up, students witness history firsthand. what they are learning about the transition of power as our coverage of the inauguration continues. bridge repairs. the connecting the new jersey and pennsylvania turnpike is out of service. we'll lay out the detours to help you get around the closure.
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winds are pretty light. not the case by tomorrow night. take a look at what we're expecting. 44, 8:00 a.m. 47 by 11:00 a.m. low mid-50s by the afternoon. winds not a problem today. today is cloudy. if you need to get out and do things outdoors or run few outdoor activities you'll be okay. with cloud covering saturday. overnight we pull in some moisture. running a little bit early. by 330 to 4:00 a.m. showers moving in. what i do think is by your morning hours see some rain move by. mostly this is light-moderate rain, brief pockets of heavier rain. this is not the main hit of the system. that's by your lunch hour and we get a little break until we get to your evening. sunday night through monday night your first alert is in effect for the hardest hitting portion of this system. we'll track that out in a few minutes. here's a peek at the winds by tomorrow. 10 to 15 miles per hour in the
the bridge is a major connector betweconnector. officials closed the span after a worker spotted a crack on the pennsylvania side of the bridge. nbc 10 spoke with a truck driver who was trying to pick up a delivery from the new jersey side. >> i already have my route to go, the easiest route, but i got to make a detour now. >> turnpike officials are not sure exactly how long the repairs will take. it's going be an indefinite period of time. first alert traffic reporter francesca ruscio tells us how to get around it. at this point it's all about finding the easiest way to get around and cross the delaware river. this is what you need to know. we're seeing road closures on the pennsylvania turnpike. how do we get athat. from the pa turnpike you can hop off of route 413 and right over
here and you can cross over the delaware river. also too from the turnpike hop off route 1 and cross it up there as well. again pretty busy. do expect delays in and out of this area. when i come back we'll take a look at the accident on 95 and further updates. the trump mr. has ordered the interior department not to tweet today. it started when somebody asked the national park service about retweeting a "new york times" reporter about the size of the inauguration crowd. next a park service twitter account retweeted an observation regarding topics no longer on the white house website including civil rights, climate change and health care. after that "the washington post" reported that trump directed the entire interior department to stop using twitter platforms until further notice. it's been an amazing journey. and now the work begins. >> president donald trump and the first lady celebrated his inauguration into night. the couple danced to the frank
sinatra song "my way" at the freedom ball after a long day of ceremonies. we caught up with some students from delaware who got a front row seat to history. these students from ps dupont middle school traveled from wilmington with their social studies teacher. he tells us some day these children will be shaping the future of our country. yesterday they watched and learned. >> 20 years i want to be able to tell the kids i went to the inauguration of president donald trump. >> it's a new administration for us and we really only known obama administration. we haven't been around anything else. >> now they will spend at least four of their teenage years with a trump presidency and -- those temperatures in parts of the pennsylvania suburbs really just moderate conditions to start without. these mild conditions temperature wise will remain over the next several days. thing is we start to pull in
much heavier rain as we go particularly sunday night to your monday night. that's why we issued a first alert. today not under that first alert. conditions right now, west bradford township at 40 and lincoln university at 41 degrees. new hope 41 and bedminster at 40 degrees. these temperatures will climb upper 40s, close to 50 throughout the suburbs, warmer in parts of philadelphia. your temperatures not bad. that's the same for the shore. mid-40s. atlantic city 44. upper township 44. cape may courthouse the same. our shore points are now looking at a high wind watch that's in place. doesn't start until sunday night and lasts all the way to monday because of the fact we're looking at our highest gusting developing on monday morning into monday afternoon. so the shore may be one of the hardest hit spots from the nor'easter once it moves in. it's not moving in today satellite cloudy conditions.
cloudy across the board. some fog this morning but that will start to burn off throughout the day. 54 at center city. 51 in lansdon. 50 at cape may and atlantic city. mid-50s for parts of delaware like wilmington at 55 degrees. notice those icons we stay cloudy today. hour by hour forecast we started with your sunday night and went through your monday morning. sunday night into your monday morning as we were looking at just a few minutes ago we start to see more steady rain move in and it's monday as we get into the afternoon the heaviest round move by. the storm center gets closer. at this point southwest to us. more steady rain across the board at 7:30 a.m. for your morning commute. look by your lunch hour. the yellows and oranges, this line of storm moving through will be steady and strong one that hits us as we go in part
through your afternoon and continue to move off into the evening. the good news as we go into monday night the rain should move off for the most part. lingering light showers will be possible especially near the shore into your tuesday morning. bad news is that the damage will have been done especially with high winds develop ago cross the region. in fact right around philadelphia 40 to 50 mile-per-hour gusts are possible, the shore 50 miles per hour and above are possible for your monday morning through afternoon. here's the ten day on 10. today 54 degrees for your forecast high. low 50s as we get into your sunday and monday we're at 48 but that's when the heavy rain hits us and again looking at your early heaviest showers, but temperatures pick up. wednesday we're at 60 degrees. coming up, a deadly mistake for a south jersey police officer. why he's now facing charges in his 8-year-old daughter's death. making their voices heard. women from around our region are joining the march on washington. what they hope to accomplish with their protests today.
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in camden county a police officer is now charged with endangering the welfare of a child following the death of i had 8-year-old daughter. prosecutors say kenneth rider who is a police officer in stratford left a loaded gun unsecured in home. his daughter died of a gunshot wound on new year's eve. rider has been suspended from the stratford police department without pay. today a neighborhood in chester delaware county is morning two people who were killed in a row home fire. here's what we know. 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 lived in the other but unclear exactly who died. the cause of the fire is under investigation. 6:26 right now. let's head to north jersey where police say a woman and her brother dismembered the woman's husband. adrienne smith and/or vile cousins chopped up the body of randall smith and put it in containers. smith reported her husband missing. smith and cousins are charged with dede -- desecration of remains. >> police will be hold a free child fingerprinting in north wales. delegates at the lgbtq conference in philadelphia plan to participate in the women's march on the city. several thousand members of the
lgbtq community are in town for the five day creating change conference. the's goal is to organize strongly to protect the rights they received during the obama administration. pink hats with a purpose. coming up the symbol women will be wearing today to make a point about equal rights. take a look at your required and satellite right now, cloudy conditions. won't be looking this way for long. we're tracking two rounds of rain. a second a strong nor'easter. we'll have details on when this picture can be a much rainier one coming up.
♪ my way right now on "nbc 10 news today" doing it his way. the new president gets started on his first full day of leading the nation. heading to d.c., hundreds of women from our area are boarding buses and to washington to take part in a protest march. others will rally in philadelphia, trenton and
wilmington. we're live with a preview. emergency shutdown. a major bridge connecting pa and new jersey needs repairs. we'll help you find the best way around the closure. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today". i'm rosemary connors. thanks for being with us. it's 6:30 on this saturday. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking a bit of a foggy start to our day. >> today is the better of two days of your weekend. for those who are out marching actually will be okay conditions today. our first alert for strong nor'easter the entire area but not until your sunday night through monday night. with that heavy rain at times across the region. strong wind gusts especially along our coastal points as a result some minor coastal flooding certainly a possibility by your moan into tuesday morning. here's a look at radar and satellite. cloudy conditions and arose mary mentioned some fog.
your visibility right now in miles. this map will be a perfect map completely clear if it was ten miles across the board. instead we see three quarters of a mount pocono to allentown. quarter of a mile more dense fog and that does make it difficult to drive. make sure you use those low beams driving in those areas. two miles to philadelphia, quarter of a mile in wilmington and millville at one and a quarter visibility. passing fog is over much of our area as we go through this morning. that will thin with sunrise and later morning hours. philadelphia and the rest of your morning 8:00 a.m., 44 degrees. 11:00 a.m., 47 degrees. winds on the lighter side. that's today that on the lighter side. tomorrow light then picking up in the evening as nor'easter starts to track close to us. we'll time all of that out right through your monday coming up. today thousands of women from our area are headed to washington to urge the new president and congress to
protect their rights. nbc 10's pamela osborne is live in washington with a preview of the women's march there. pam. >> reporter: rosemary this will be huge. 200,000 people are expected to be in washington, d.c. for that march. the city, those is preparing for up to 400,000. participants are coming from all over. this isso of a group of demonstrators leaving philly's 30th street station. you'll notice they are wearing those pink hats. participant were encouraged to knit them and wear them today to show solidarity for women's rights. they are trying to create a sea of pink. but that's not all they are wearing. a pop up shop here offered a vie variety of feminist apparel. some have nasty women on them. today's rally and march is not just for the ladies.
>> i'm here to support my wife first but also all the women in my life. we have my wife's family coming up, mom, sister and 8-year-old niece. i'm excited to be with them. and feel the energy of hopefully what is 200,000 or more people to come together for a common cause. >> reporter: and a rep from the pennsylvania chapter says anywhere from 12 to 20,000 pennsylvanians are traveling here to d.c. to participate in this demonstration. reporting live now in washington, i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. the women's march on philadelphia is also set for 10:00 this morning. you're looking at a very foggy ben franklin parkway. as you heard krystal klei say the better of two days this weekend is definitely going to be today. organizers expect tens much thousands of people to demonstrate here. of course some roads will be closed because of this march. francesca ruscio has the details
on that. >> folks can expect delays in and out of the area during the course of the demonstration which will be taking place at the ben franklin parkway. right behind me i have your road closures four safety. we're looking at ben franklin parkway between 16th street and 20th street. 19th street between race and vine and race street between 20th and logan circle. these are the road closures. also too septa and regional rail release nod ti if i occasion for updated bus schedule because of the demonstrations. bus number 730, 38, 48 will remain detoured starting at 7:00 a.m. and we'll resume normal scheduling for the market street center city bus schedules. we'll take a look at the rest of these notifications when i come back in the next several minutes. you can counts on nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app for updates on the women's marches here in
philadelphia and in washington. also on the app we'll be giving you breaking news alerts and traffic updates related to the marches. president donald trump, vice president mike pence and the trump family danced the night away at this inaugural ball in washington last night. this was the liberty ball, one of three official galas for the inauguration the inauguration of our new president is being remembered for its pomp, its pageantry, and it's protests. nbc national correspondent 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 prayed. 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,er to 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. so thank you all for being here. >> reporter: he was warm to the obamas, thanking his predecessor. in the oval office president trump signed a presidential order to cripple obamacare allowing states to waive the penalties for not signing up. >> thank you very much. >> thank you guys. >> reporter: reason to boast at a ball. >> people that weren't so nice
to me were saying that we did a really good job today. ♪ i did it my way >> reporter: "my way" the trump team song on day one. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news at the white house. an emotional homecoming for joe biden. >> when i die delaware will be written on my heart. >> thanking his supporters. coming up we'll have more of the final farewell from the vice president. what's next for the obamas? we'll tell you about the plans the former first couple has that make a difference and how you can play a part
. welcome back. here's a live look outside philadelphia. this is a look at center city. you can see it out. we still have some low-hanging clouds and patchy fog. more dense into the suburbs and up near parts of the lehigh valley. overall this will thin as the sun comes out. we'll stay gray through today. temperature wise, mild start. 43 degrees in philadelphia, wilmington, 42 lancaster and 39 in allentown. so across the board even up to mount pocono temperatures are above freezing. mild start. as we get into the afternoon a lot of us will make it to the low and mid-50s in parts of philadelphia. stay dry today. aside from some of the mist this morning. our saturday dry. our rain chance graph it's not until tomorrow we pick that potential up. we pick it up as we go especially sun late day through moan. monday is a hard hit as can you tell from graph. tuesday morning areas of delaware and jersey shore may
see lingering showers. that's with our first alert that nor'easter that develops and moves through. this is one computer model but giving us an estimation of rain totals as we go through your moan. you saw the colors are changing pretty consistently through sunday, through monday because of how long of a period we'll be seeing rain move through. right around an inch i believe to close to an inch possible for philadelphia. closer to one and a half to two inches possible near parts of our coastal points. right over one and seven tenths near dover. an inch near allentown and pottstown by the end of this system passing. that's enough to cause some street issues but with high winds we could see minor coastal flooding. we'll talk more about that with our high tide coming up. >> 6:41. we have a major traffic alert for your this morning. the delaware river bridge that links pennsylvania and new jersey turnpikes is closed indefinitely. the bridge is a major connector
between bucks and burlington county. the man is opened to traffic back in 1956. turnpike officials from both states jointly shut down the bridge and dispatched repair crews late last night. officials closed the span after a painter spotted a crack. it's unclear exactly how long those repairs will take. in the meantime we'll help you get around it. nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter francesca ruscio has the details on that. very important that we find ways to get around this mess. again to be very clear we're seeing road closures on the pa turnpike eastbound between delaware valley which is exit 358 and the span of the connector bridge. an alternate four hop off the pa turnpike for route 41 right over here. we're starting to see it in yellow. folks are taking route 413. you can hop off at route 1. i marked with it a graphic where this closure is. you can take 413 and route 1 to cross over the delaware river. in center city the schuylkill at
spring garden street, there were some areas of patchy fog. be very mindful in and out of center city, forcing light travel speeds. accident on 95 earlier good news it cleared. originally blocking the shoulder but has completely cleared and good to go on 95 as well as schuylkill. we'll take a look at the road closures for demonstrations. >> 6:43. joe biden gets all choked up during his welcome back to wilmington ceremony. obamas make their plans now that they threat white house behind. coming up a look at what the future holds for the former president and vice president.
to a limo and to a tv news car blocks way from the presidential motorcade. [ gunshot ] some demonstrators also threw rocks, bricks, shattered windows and burnt trash cans. inauguration day protests in philadelphia were calmer than in our nation's capital. nbc 10 was at independence mall where hundreds gathered yesterday to voice their opposition to the new president. they demonstrated against a variety of issues including president trumps stance on immigration and women's rights. we have some new video of former president barack obama and former first lady michelle obama arriving to cheers in southern california last night. bad weather die university the obama's flight to a second injury airport but finally got there okay. the former first couple had one final chance to say thanks before leaving washington. the obamas shared a message with
their staff members and the country before they took off from joint base andrews just outside of washington. proved the power of hope. thank you, everybody. yes, we did. yes, we can. "god bless america". >> trending right now on the #thank you obamas. obamas are taking a break but also looking towards the future. yesterday they posted this video announcing their next project, a presidential center based in chicago. the obamas said the center will be a living working place for citizenship. they are inviting the public to send ideas to their website obama.org. today former vice president joe biden will his first full day after leaving office in delaware. mr. biden and his wife jill washington yesterday the way he always got to and from the city on an amtrak train. he told tim furlong that he looks forward to a break. but then biden plans to get back
to work at the university of delaware and university of pennsylvania where he'll focus on ending cancer. on his way back to delaware biden reflected on the 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 nbc's "meet the press". you can join moderator chuck todd tomorrow morning at 10:30 right here on nbc 10. a look at our temperatures in our philadelphia neighborhoods. mild start. we've been looking at these numbers every where fairly mild. upper 30s, low mid-40s. 42 degrees chestnut hill and west mount airy at 43. officially at the airport 43 degrees as well.
not much difference for richmond 45 and fox chase also 45 degree mark this morning. so temperatures are going to don't rise as we get into your philadelphia. low mid-50s for high temperatures. radar and satellite shows us we'll stick with this cloudy theme we're starting out this morning. kind of a gray day but pretty dry out there. still damp from yesterday's rain but we won't be adding to it quite yet. that comes as the first-round of two rounds move in and there is the first-round still well to our southwest. moving through parts of louisiana and parts of alabama but that's going to be heading our direction and as it does so that's when we are tracking the first-round of rain moving in. will be moving in overnight into your sunday morning. here we are at 4:00 a.m. this might be going a little early this computer model. what it shows us the first hit is in the morning and flight moderate rain for most areas. maybe a spot, brief area of more
steady to heavier rain. it's to move out as we go to your lunch time and left with damp conditions and light rain throughout the day. as we go into the evening the next round ever rain movers in ahead of the center of the nor'easter itself. so this is going to be more heavy rain at times especially your monday. then we look at some rain starting at 5:30 in the evening and continuing on and off overnight. by moan morning 7:30 a.m. roads are wet and anticipated tight for the morning commute. heaviest rain moves in around lunch hour and pass through early to mid-afternoon going overnight we see a break in the rain but already have seen a good amount of rain accumulate. high wind watch starts tomorrow night goes throughout your monday and that's along from cape may county all the way up the jersey shore to new york city that we're tracking the high wind watch in effect because the system center will pass down to the south us. when your coastal system center you get the effects of those high winds coming out of the storm itself meaning our shore
points are going to be under the threat for high tide moan leading to minor coastal flooding. the afternoon a little more of a concern because winds will continue to be stronger throughout the day. areas like cape may 5:02:00 a.m. and 5:20 p.m. your high tide points when you could see coastal flooding and that does continue to atlantic city as well 4:03:00 a.m. on monday and 4:20 p.m. in the afternoon. 6:51 on this saturday just a few minutes before the start of the "today" show at 7:00. we check in for a preview of what's coming up. good morning, guys. >> good morning. coming up on a saturday morning here on "today" the presidency of donald trump. the nation's 45th president beginning his first full detain office today. we'll look at the challenges ahead for him and what he has planned for first 100 days in office. as he attend as prayer service and begins the hard business of governing today. protesters taking to the streets once again this morning all across the country, around
the world even. the women's march on washington is expected to draw hundreds of thousands today. we'll be out in the streets to meet southeast women behind that. on a day for the history books. we'll take a look at the sights and sounds of the inauguration of donald trump and farewell for president obama. >> those stories and more when we get started on a saturday morning here on "today". we'll see you guys at 7:00. thanks for that. talking to sports. 76ers win again in the final seconds but not before getting a scare from their star center. robert covington hit the game winner against portland with four seconds left. the sixers have won eight of their last ten. earlier sixers 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
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parkway. foggy out there now. this is where organizers expect tens much thousands of people to demonstrate for civil and human rights. the women's march on trenton is also set 1230for 10:00 this. there will be a 10:00 women's march in newark, new castle county. activists will hold a candlelight gill and then the march and rally will follow. marches are timed to coordinate with women's march on washington. you're looking at a live picture of nation's capital. tens of thousands of people are expected here just one day after the presidential inauguration. before we leave you one last check of the weather. we saw that picture of the ben franklin parkway just socked within fog. >> that was also some of the low-hanging to position making the camera hard to see-through. we still have some patchy fog. there's a few, easier to see. you can see but will run into a bit of fog. the fog today not a big threat
compared to the next couple of days. first alert sunday night through monday night because we'll start to pick up heavier rain especially monday and that's when your gusts get stronger as well. monday morning gust from 40 to 50 miles per hour possible. philadelphia all the way down the shore. temperature wise we're mild this weekend low to mid-50s. then we finally clear out that rain by tuesday morning. once the system is passed and what we're with temperatures picking up. 60 degrees by your wednesday. >> looks more like a spring like forecast than winter in january. >> 50s and 60s not average for this time of the year. we should be around 40. we have a system that will pass through. that's a big concern. afterwards temperatures be nice. >> first alert in effect beginning tomorrow night and even through monday evening. >> that's right. >> that will do it for us for now. we'll be back for a full hour of news at 8:30. have a good one.
good morning. the presidency of donald trump. >> i do knnald john trump. >> the 45th president of the united states wakes up in the white house. the commander in chief wasting no time. signing the first executive order hours after taking office. promising to start the dismantling of obamacare. then sharing a first dance with the first lady to the tune of a sinatra classic. ♪ i did it my way >> this hours after president trump painted a dark picture of america at the inaugural