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people who use the delaware river bridge that connects the turnpikes are trying to find alternatives ahead of tomorrow morning's rush hour. the bridge will stay closed for a while as crews make major repairs there. the women's march in philadelphia was among hundreds across the country and around the world. we'll take a look at the historic gathering. >> we are dealing with morning fog in areas and light rain in others, but the worst is yet to come as we break for heavy rains and strong winds. we'll run down the timing and intensity of the stormy weather approaching. >> nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm katy zachry. it's :00 a.m. on your sunday morning. we're still seeing fok this morning if you're headed outside. this is the scene last night in wildwood where you can see the
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fog was there, as well as misty rain. it did definitely affect visibility for drivers. we're tracking heavier rain for later today. let's get right to our nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather with meteorologist krystal klei and the most accurate forecast in town. >> we're looking at is pretty interesting. half of us seeing fog. the other half seeing rain. from philadelphia north is where we have fog concerns. philadelphia still reporting .25 mile visibility. i saw it this morning driving into work, not good at all. trenton .25 mile, pottstown a little better at 1.75 mile. you can see down allentown and redding through lancaster as well. so these are our fog shois zone. rain is passing through parts of delaware as well as the jersey shore. that will corporate for a couple more hours before this starts to thin out. in fact, we pull this out a little bit, you can see the end is near. but this is just the beginning.
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this isn't even part of our first alert. our first alert is for our entire viewing area due to a nor's center that will develop as we move through tomorrow. from sunday night through tuesday morning our first alert is in effect. that means your morning commute could be a rough one with rain heavy at times by tomorrow afternoon. damaging winds developing by tomorrow morning. all of that could lead to minor coastal flooding. coming up, we'll time out your first alert as well as the breakdown on your sunday, if you need to get out and run a few errands. all the details on that coming up. it's a bridge used every day by more than 40,000 drivers. now the bridge linking the pennsylvania and jersey turnpikes will be closed for weeks for critical repairs. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in bristol township with the effect this is going to have for drivers as they get ready for the monday morning rush. >> reporter: good morning. get used to seeing these
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roadblocks. we are right under the turnpike bridge. you can see the cranes and the work going on through out the night, even in the fog. the big issue, it's anyone's guess as to how long it's going to take to fix. engineers and construction workers have been trying to temporarily stabilize this bridge. friday afternoon a worker discovered a track on a steel truss on the pennsylvania side of the bridge. traffic was shut down and the work happening now is that they are installing towers that will support the weight of the bridge. drivers we spoke with are already getting nervous. >> add an hour onto my work every day, my guys, my trucks, everything. >> reporter: here are the alternates so you can plan ahead of time. coming from pennsylvania into new jersey, you need to exit at bensalem, then follow route 1 to i-95, then 295 to 195 and from
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there get yourself onto the new jersey turnpike. if you're coming from new jersey, alternates include i-78, 295 and the burlington bristol bridge. we have alternate routes on nbc10.com and the nbc 10 app. it's a big deal considering roughly 42,000 vehicles pass over this bridge every day. it's important to get those plans in place. the new jersey turnpike authority says this span will be closed for at least the next several weeks. live in bristol, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. philadelphia police are looking for the man who attacked a transgender woman in center city. the victim was attending the lgbt conference. rihanna quigley streamed the video of her assault on facebook live. it shows the man punching her while shouting homo phobe lick slurs. >> after he punched me, it hit me. i blacked out emotionally. i was in shock, it happened so
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quickly. >> statistics show transgender women, especially those of color are much more likely to be victims of violence. police are also searching for a man who they say killed his own grandmother. the 70-year-old woman was stabbed a number of times inside a home in southwest philadelphia last night. police are searching for her grandson. sources close to the investigation say he previously assaulted his other grandmother. a chestnut hill neighborhood is on edge today after a sex assault took place inside a home there. philadelphia police say a man broke into the home and sexually assaulted a woman in front of her husband. it happened early yesterday morning. the crime has shocked people who know the neighborhood for being a friendly place to live. >> i think it's a remarkably friendly place. i'm sorry to hear that something like that happened. when i walk through this neighborhood, people make a point of saying good morning, good afternoon, good day. >> investigators say the gunman
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stole a couple of wallets and a cell phone after that assault. 20,000 people were expected. a crowd estimated at 50,000 showed up in center city philadelphia yesterday for the women's march. women and men rallied for a variety of causes. in new jersey thousands of people rallied at the war memorial in trenton. estimates put the crowd at around 6,000 there. speakers at the event says long-term change will come if more women ran for office or supported other women who do. at the women's march on washington more than a half million people turned out. nbc news national correspondent jay gray reports on a day of women's rallies across the u.s. and around the world. >> reporter: the streets at the national mall started to fill early, some standing on cars. 500,000 more more, taking over the capital city. >> you're going to run into
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barriers. >> reporter: the direction from most was clear. evidence from the signs so many were carrying. and the words from the crowds. >> this is what democracy looked like. >> reporter: and the stage. where dozens of celebrities spoke. >> if we do not stand together, march together, fight together for the next four years, then we will lose together. >> reporter: unity shared by tens of thousands topped in pink. >> it's a symbol of the women grabbing back. >> reporter: while the new president was a primary target for many of the women and men here, the message runs deeper. >> to me it's about what we're for instead of what we're against. we're for women, we're for equality. >> reporter: there were hundreds of sister marches across the country, but the flash point was washington. >> it's just important for me right now to engage in our democracy. >> reporter: a march and message that's hundreds of thousands
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across the country hope will resonate in the nation's capital. jay gray, nbc news, washington. boston is another major city that through throngs of women. some 150,000 people rallied for human rights and also expressed anger that the new trump administration will not support the causes that they care about most. >> we can whimper, we can whine or we can fight back. >> in some ways it's a women's march, some ways it's a gender-free march. so up lifting. >> as in philadelphia and other cities holding marches, the boston crowd was peaceful. those women's gatherings were not just here in the u.s. we'll look at gathers overseas in support of the women's march in washington. the race against time continues in italy where rescuers are keeping up with their search for survivors at a hotel hit by an avalanche last week.
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welcome back. you can see the fogginess around the lights. that's because we have a good layer of fog hanging over philadelphia and areas north of philadelphia. there is a dense fog advisory in place through 10:00 a.m. this morning. we may have some lingering fog up until we see some raen start to pass through. the rain did wonders for parts of new jersey and delaware this morning. now we're seeing fog not a concern in those zones. showers will be moving through as this moves off through delaware and the jersey shore. here is a closer look, the pockets of yellow and orange you see near parts of milford and cape may county, atlantic county and even ocean county near ship bottom. these are the zones with the rain. inland new jersey you don't have to worry about the showers, not yet at least. as we go through the later part of today, starting off your evening, about 5:00 p.m. is when the next round of rain starts to
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move through. it could extend near philadelphia and the suburbs as temperatures get to the low 50s this afternoon. the better shot of rain will be again new jersey and delaware to start. here in the suburbs, cloudy today, about 47. cloudy through most of the day and mostly dry. we have a break from this round of rain and the next round of rain that starts to move in around 5:00. for all of us, about low 50s for highs today. we'll talk more about the timing overnight into monday coming up. >> crystal, thanks for that. ♪ >> that's not bad to listen to at this time this morning. music to ice carving. a lot of people taking advantage of yesterday's mild afternoon at winter fest. the organization one warm coat collected coats, mittens and hats. with the golden globes behind us, hollywood is awaiting the oscar nominations due out this week.
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a powerful earthquake hit the solomon islands in the south pacific. no reports of injuries. at least 26 people are dead and 50 others injured in this passenger train derailment in eastern india. the express train went off the tracks, and video from the scene shows rescue workers helping passengers out of one of the derailed cars. police say most of the dead and injured were from three sleeper compartments. search and rescue continues at a hotel in central italy. italian army rescue workers joined fire department and alpine emergency service members in the search for survivors. five are dead and 23 people still missing, but nine people
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have been pulled alive from the rubble of the hotel. back here in the u.s. police near los angeles are looking for a robbery suspect who ran from the scene of a car chase and crash. watch this video. after the crash, three men run from the climb, one climbed on the roof of a nearby business to try and get away. police arrested two of the suspects. a person in the car that was hit is in the hospital with unknown injuries at this time. earnings roll in, tax season begins and the oscar nominations come out. cnbc's dominic chu gives us a preview of what's ahead. >> the busiest week of earning season is upon us. a fifth of the s&p 500 set to report, including mcdonald's, google parent company alphabet, verizon, ford and boeing as well. on monday a lessen joibl season begins, that's the day the irs
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starts accepting electronic returns. this year the tax deadline is april 18 since the 15th is a saturday and monday the 17th is a holiday in the district of columbia. investigators will have plenty of economic data on their plates. top of the list is the first look at u.s. economic growth in the last three months of 2016. durable goods plus in and existing home sales for december round out the major reports of the week. finally, oscar nominations are out tuesday. expect big ad campaigns for the movies with the most nominations. early favorites include "la la land," "manchester by the sea" and "moonlight." i'm dominic chu, get all your business news on cnbc. welcome to our forecast where we've got to talk about winds, rain, fol and pretty much everything in between. we'll start your current conditions and get to the first alert. right now your delaware
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neighborhood, a very mild start. temperatures have been very good to us the last few days and will corporate that way through the next several. unfortunately we have all the weather activity that hinders the night's conditions. 46 in marshallton. middletown at 44 degrees currently. we see about the same as it drops farther south. lincoln at 45 and milton also at 45 degrees. our temperatures right now already in the mid 40s, not going to pick up a ton. forecast highs right around 50, low 50s by this afternoon. here is your radar and satellite view. fog about philadelphia north. the fog starts to spin in new jersey, really not an issue once you see the raen we're tracking. take a closer look and you'll see it's mostly a steady -- pockets of heavier rain. that's not the big forecast we're talking about. that doesn't start until tonight into tomorrow. take a look at your rain chances. in philadelphia, don't have
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concerns this morning through this early afternoon as we go from from 3:00 to 7:00. that's when showers may start to develop. chances starting to pick up tonight. that's going to be the same for places like redding and lehigh valley. chances pick up tonight. the main hit will be on monday. we still have chances through 7:00 to 8:00 this morning in avalon, a break in the afternoon and pick up a little morsteadly by 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. in avalon. that's the same for dover. you can see a theme here. new jersey and delaware getting more rain than parts of pennsylvania. look at that pickup, all the way up to about 60% likelihood. more steady raen by 7:00 p.m. that rain moves out by 8:00 tonight. temperatures still in the mid 40s. watch as the real hit moves in on your monday. at this point, winds will be quite strong. we'll start to see scattered showers, 7:30 in the morning. this is your morning commute getting wet. by 10:00 a.m., pockets of heavier rain starting to move in
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from the southwest and the focus of the heaviest showers which could be for some extended periods of time, especially in new jersey, around 1:30 in the afternoon. your afternoon hours the mane concern for the heavier rain. notice the temperatures, they're right around freezing near mt. pocono. by monday night we could see turnover to freezing rain. into monday night it will weaken, but linger all the way through your tuesday morning. winds today are not going to be high. it will be low-end winds for the daytime hours. tonight gusts pick up, 25 to 30 miles per hour. then by tomorrow, look at these winds, 15 to 25 miles per hour, up to 30 sustained, 40 to 50 gusts. at the shore up to 60-mile-per-hour gusts. more on the winds coming up. >> thanks, krystal. the woman's march in washington will o go down in history as a worldwide event. you're looking at agent then,
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greece, yesterday wh. similar rallies unfolded in other european cities. here is a look at the women's march in strael. thousands of people rallied for women's rights and solitarily. peaceful demonstrations took place in even in antarctica. multiple planes, cars and equipment make the trip. an nbc news exclusive look is coming up. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we created internet that doesn't make you wait. introducing fios instant internet. it means you can download a video just like that. or upload your photos like this. or this. or that. it's the only 750 meg internet available to millions, with uploads as instant as downloads. we took internet speed and completely reinvented it,
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when he took the oath of office, donald trump inherited the best securities infrastructure in the world. nbc news got a look at how the
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secret service and the military will ensure his safety when he leaves the white house. here is senior correspondent cynthia mcfadden. >> nbc news has reviewed budget and planning documents, some of them top secret. the crowned jewels in presidential protection, designed to ensure president trump survives any kind of threat from biological weapons to incoming missiles. >> it's logistics on top of logistics, coming up with every time of contingency plan you can think of. >> reporter: what is never been fully reported before are details about what happens whenever the president leaves washington. it can take a minimum of seven planes which may make several trips before the president reaches his destination. two backups loaded on back of two giant c-17 planes, the presidential limo, the beast.
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two backups sealed to protect from chemical or biological weapons. 22 armored suvs and vans are airlifted to transfer white house staff. five helicopters including marine one are also packed. everything down to the white house podium goes, even if it's just to new york. >> since 9/11 we've seen such a substantial change in the numbers of threats and the sophistication of those threats that d.o.d. has increased its pris paks. >> reporter: these days the military is indeed heavily involved. for example, a senior intelligence official tells nbc news when president trump is in new york city, reconnaissance drones and fighter planes will control the skies able to shoot down hostile aircraft if necessary. a team of delta commandos and fbi hostage rescue agents are also deployed and, of course, a military aide with a nuclear
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football is always along. communications are key. the president needs to be able to talk to anyone anywhere, including vladimir putin and 18 other world leaders to whom he has a direct line. none of this is cheap with a price tag of approximately $5 billion a year. government officials tell nbc news, if president trump decides to spend his weekends here in new york city, the cost and the risk will rise significantly. cynthia mcfadden, nbc news, new york. >> today you can get a taste of some of philadelphia's best restaurants. restaurant week in center city kicks off, diners can try three course dinners for $35 a person, lunches for $25 a person. parking rates are also reduced in some facilities to encourage diners to come out. a major bridge over the delaware river will remain closed for now. that has drivers scrambling for
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alternative routes before tomorrow's rush hour. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in bristol with that story. >> reporter: katy, we'll hear from drivers already dealing with the delays, and we're going to break down some of the alternate routes you can take tomorrow morning. >> take a look at the rain moving through parts of delaware and new jersey right now. if we pull this map out, there's still a lot more rain where that comes from. we're going to track that out hour-by-hour and talk more about the foggy conditions you're seeing in center city. what does a steak lover eat when they're not eating steak?
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next couple days. the timing is ahead in our first alert neighborhood forecast. >> nbc 10 news starts now. good morning and welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm katy zachry. it's 6:30 on your sunday morning. we are tracking rain and wind that's on the move and it's coming into our area. let's get to our nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather with meteorologist krystal klei. she has the most accurate forecast in town. tell us more. >> several rounds of rain with the heaviest not hitting us until tomorrow, your monday. right now we have rain and fog. we're looking at parts of the lehigh valley, berks county, .5 mile to .75 mile. dense fog is in place throughout southeast pennsylvania until 10:00 a.m. this morning. pottstown faring a little better. .75 mile in blue bell, .50 mile
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in philadelphia. that's better than the last half hour. northeast philly considerably better. trenton, not faring so well, .25 mile visibility. areas of rain are looking good for visibility. the showers are passing through as we speak. delaware through the jersey shore. you see cape may and parts of atlantic county just clipping ocean county as well, the showers are moving by. mostly this is a steady rain right now, not tracking the heaviest rain until your monday. here is a look at your first alert, the nor'easter will develop for our entire viewing area, we will feel the effects. sunday night through tuesday morning, early morning hours, is when we have this in effect. here is why. we're talking rain, heavy at times. as i mentioned, mostly for your monday, specifically afternoon. damaging winds will kick off as we go overnight tonight into tomorrow morning and last throughout the day. this could be an issue for weak trees or power lines. we're looking at coastal flooding, at least minor as we go into tomorrow morning through the daytime hours because of
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those high winds on top of the rain. we'll track this out with our hour-by-hour forecast coming up. philadelphia police are looking for the man who attacked a transgender woman in center city. the victim was attending the lgbt conference. rihanna quigley streamed the video of her assault on facebook live. it shows the man punching her and shouting homophobic slurs. >> he started screaming and telling me you're a [ bleep ], you're going to hell. he kept saying you're never going to be a real woman. >> statistics show transgender women e specially those of color, are much more likely to be victims of violence. drivers who use the bridge that connects the pennsylvania and new jersey turnpikes are scrambling to find alternatives before tomorrow morning's rush hour. the bridge is closed for repairs and will stay that way for
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weeks. nbc 10's flk hmatt delucia has on what drivers need to know. >> reporter: a lot of headaches, katy. it is going to take a while for the repairs to be done. you see the roadblocks here. this is just one of the roadblocks. we're under the turnpike bridge. you see the cranes there. one bit of difference in the last half hour. some of the fog in this area has dissipated a little bit. you can see a clearer picture of what is going on and the work that is being done to try to make some of those temporary repairs. again, this bridge is not going to be reopening any time soon. turnpike officials say what they're dealing with is a significant fracture. engineers and construction workers don't know what caused it, but they have been working to stabilize the bridge. friday afternoon a worker discovered a crack on a steel truss on the pennsylvania side. traffic was shut down right away and the work happening now, they're installing some towers that will support the weight of this bridge going forward. then they've got to fix the
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cracks. drivers we spoke with are concerned about their commute. >> trying to reach my family to find out how i can get back home. i think i have to take -- it's like a two-hour detour for me. i have to go back to philly before i can get back home. >> get it fixed as fast as you can. i would love to see the repairs being done during the night. >> reporter: and that is what is happening. you see some of those repairs happening. they have been since we got here earlier this morning. here are the alternates. you can start planning now. coming from pennsylvania into new jersey. you'll need to exit at the bensalem interchange. fol lau route 1 from 295 to 195 and then get yourself onto the new jersey turnpike. coming from new jersey, alternates include i-78, 295 and the burlington bristol bridge.
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we have the detours on our app. there is no timetable for reopening yet since turnpike officials say they don't know exactly what they're dealing with and what kind of repairs will be necessary. live in bristol, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> this is what democracy looks like. >> an estimated 50,000 people participated in the women's march on philadelphia yesterday. the crowd called attention to issues such as health care and the environment. some marchers told us they're still surprised that president donald trump was elected despite being accused of sexual assault. >> i can't believe it. it's insane to me. it's just -- where do we draw the line for the leaders of our country? >> to see a man that can disrespect women like that can have such power, how do i explain that to my daughter? >> philadelphia police say the march was peaceful. philadelphia hosted one of
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many sister marches. the main rally that took place yesterday in washington. still a number of women from the philadelphia area traveled to d.c. to join the crowd of nearly half a million people. nbc 10's lauren make was in the crowd with women and men who marched for miles. >> reporter: this is what they came for. some making the trip from pennsylvania, new jersey and delaware. >> 95 at route 141, we were surrounded by buses headed this way. >> reporter: to join with others and send a message or lots of them to the new president and to washington. >> why did you want to come to washington for this one? >> because this is where it counts. i think the whole country is watching us. the whole world is watching us. >> reporter: in sight of the capitol on president trump's first full day in office, it was also a way to heal for those disappointed with the election. >> i'm hear to protect all women's rights. i'm here because i absolutely
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love hillary clinton. i'm disappointed that she is not the president of the united states. >> there is still unity and it needs to be heard. it needs to be seen. >> reporter: the crush of people made it hard to move. some couldn't get close enough to hear the actual rally going on on stage. the crowd at the women's march wasn't just women. >> this is a women's march. why did you want to be here? >> because i have two daughters and i think the trump administration are ignoring women and i don't think they're going to be looking out for the regular working joe. >> reporter: sean ludwig brought 13 yeardley keely and 9-year-old ryan who noticed our kids here. >> it feels pretty good we're not the only ones and kids can fight for their rights, too. >> reporter: kids and adults like mary who came from had den field for the kind of thing she hasn't done in a while. >> not since college. >> reporter: how does it feel this time? >> pretty cool. >> reporter: in washington, d.c., i'm lauren mayk, nbc 10
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news. >> the women's march will also be remembered for star power, actresses scarlet johansson, ashley judd, alicia keys and madonna. >> yes, i'm angry. yes, i am outraged. yes, i have thought an awful lot about blowing up the white house. but i know that this won't change anything. >> madonna also performed two songs for the crowd. >> about 20 minutes before 7:00 on your sunday. coming up, president donald trump tries to turn over a new leaf in his dealings with the cia. >> relax. i got this. putin going to make everything okay. >> plus "saturday night live" was at it again. more of their take on the inauguration coming up after the break.
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welcome back. already tracking rain out there this morning. this is parts of delaware and new jersey now. this is ahead of the actual system itself, that nor'easter that's going to develop overnight and into tomorrow. that's when the heaviest rain will move in. right now we see areas of a little more steady rain. the deeper greens and yellows, through parts of kent county and suffolk county into cape may as well. it stretches up to around atlantic city and ship bottom currently. until 8:00 a.m. rain in new jersey and delaware is expected. 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. we stay
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mostly dry and winds will remain light. a chunk of today doesn't look terrible. but this is in prep for the next batch of rain that moves in. this could have heavier pockets as well, mostly in delaware but may stretch through philly and the suburbs at times. overnight we may see another break in at least the heavier rain. spotty showers and winds really start to crank up and the heaviest rain hits on monday that's also when the strongest winds pick up. tonight by 10:00 p.m., we see gusts 25 to 30 miles per hour down by the shore. look as we get into your morning commute, 9:00 a.m. philadelphia through wilmington, near 50 dover, we may see gusts up to 60. that continues as we go through the rest of the day. the problem with that, we may start to see coastal flooding as a result. want to hear more about that. 6ers rookie star joel embiid might miss more games because of
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in history. the president's press secretary offered no evidence to support that claim while insisting the media falsely reported the event. president trump's counselor kelly aanne conway and senate minority leader chuck schumer will be guestis this morning on "meet the press" at 10:30. the issue of crowd size is now in the comedy archives of "saturday night live." >> i promise this we will take care of america. it's the most expensive thing yes eve ever bought. >> the show's opening sketch showed cast as vladimir putin. it poked fun at president trump accused of getting help from putin to win the election. >> i'm glad to see so many people showed up to your inauguration. oh, wait, that's the woman's march. here is inauguration.
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>> president trump has a history of tweeting his response to "snl" satire about him. we are looking at his twitter feed and will let you know if he has any comments for them. we are still seeing some fog this morning, thick in some areas if you've been out so far. we're also tracking rain and strong winds on the way for later today into the first part of the workweek. meteorologist krystal klei has a lot to talk about here. >> that's right. a lot to talk about. it starts with the fact that we've got half fog and half rain potential this morning, depending on what neighborhood you're in. philly north is seeing fog reports. you see temperatures in the low to mid 40s. in the mid 40s through parts of new jersey and delaware. we are seeing rain reports through new jersey and delaware currently. let's zoom into parts of the pennsylvania suburbs and look at the temperatures. unionville at 43, west bradford township the same. the same for euclid township.
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north wales and elroy, you can see the theme here. right around those low 40s in the suburbs right now. temperatures will climb upper 40s to right around the low 50s for highs. as we go into the later part of today into this evening, we may start to see some rain as well. the bulk of the system really affects us on your monday. radar and satellite, currently the showers are south. this is part of sussex, kent county, cape may county, into atlantic city. now it's out of ocean county. that will continue to move off over the next two hours or so. by 9:00 a.m. most of it should be out. look at everything that's still coming our direction. this is a massive system that has been spawning tornadic activity. watches over parts of georgia, florida as well as parts of the carolinas. what's going to happen here, this is going to start to track long and bring us our next round of rain as we go into tonight. look at the hour-by-hour forecast. by right around the next couple
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hours, notice the leftover rain weakens and we see cloudy conditions by 10:00 a.m. this is light on the rain we've currently seen. by 10:00 a.m., most of us should have cleared out. then we see damp conditions for the rest of today with light winds. by 5:00, next round of rain is clipping new jersey, delaware. i think it may extend up to philadelphia, even parts of the suburbs. this lingers from around 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. overnight, spotty rain but the best chances start monday. there we are at 6:00 a.m., already seeing scattered showers. by 10:00 a.m., we're having rounds of steady to heavy rain. this just continues. the oranges, the yellows, the reds blowing up the board here. that's the heaviest showers and rain moving through as we hit your afternoon. it continues through your afternoon and into your evening. 10:30, also notice temperatures start to drop enough that we may be able to see a little icing concern for parts of the pocono mountains, although again it's
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going to be very borderline with those temperatures by monday night. the big concern, the high wind gusts i mentioned a few minutes ago, high tide for tomorrow morning, 4:13 rehoboth beach. minor coastal flooding possible by tomorrow morning. giving way in the afternoon to a lower likelihood. cape may, 4:37 a.m., that's when we'll see issues with high tide. high winds forcing those waves inland. 4:03 a.m. for atlantic city. this is going to be the major concern as we move forward. let's look at your ten-day on 10. temperatures here are pretty mild. the chance of rain starts late today into tonight and goes through all of your monday and even into tuesday morning. things will clear out by around your lunchtime and afternoon. 46 degrees the temperature by tuesday. you can see we actually stay warmer than average through the rest of the workweek. >> this is sports desk brought to you by xfinity, change the
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way you experience tv good morning to you, happy sunday. i'm danny pommells from csn. embiid did not play last night, not surprising. brett brown says he's not sure he'll be able to play tuesday after hurting his knee friday night. they play the clippers, and jahlil okafor got the start. paul millsap, 22 points and hits the buzzer beater. hawks up eight at the break. silva answered the call, the 6ers ad 21, a team high. 6ers down 11 after that three. 6ers lost the battle in the paint. dwight howard with the put-back. hawks scored 42 points inside to beat the 6ers 110-93. >> it was one of those nights. i thought the energy and just the activity of that second group tonight wasn't what it has been. they've been very, very good. tonight just wasn't one of their nights.
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>> during the game, 6ers president brian colangelo said ben simmons will have a final scan on his foot on monday. if all goes well, will begin preparing to return to action. colangelo didn't give a timetable but said simmons will return, quote, soon enough. the flyers back in action for the first time in nearly a week hosting the devils. flyers with just two wins in the last ten games. midway through the first period, flyers down a goal, not for long. net not covered. travis konecny rams it home. tied at one. second period, a clipping penalty for what looks like a textbook hip check. wayne simmonds gets the gate for complaining too much. would love to know what he said to the referee. a 5 five on three for the devils. as you might expect, barely 15 seconds in, kyle palmieri beats michael norberg.
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miles wood gets some room. scores the first of two on the night for him. here is what dave hakstol thought about the penalty. >> an excellent hit by gudy. >> i'm not commenting. nothing to say about that. >> i understand the emotion in that situation, yet we have to learn from it and know we have to skate away from that situation. >> to the hardwood now. it may be 20 miles from campus, but villa nova calls the wells fargo home. the nation's top ranged team hosting providence. lead was four to start the second half. brunson hooks up with josh hart. he can ball a little bit. scoring 25. chris jenkins, his trifecta puts the cats up 17. jenkins had 19 points. string music for him. nova hit the next three hoops including this jailen brunson dude. nova wins fifth straight 78-68.
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let's go to west philly. st. joe's, ten at the palestra. hawks up three. look at this. get out the way. chest to chest with the defender. his only basket, but makes the highlight, charlie brown had more than one basket, step-back putter. the freshman at 19. hawks beat the quakers 78-71. one other game on the local action, drexel lost to unc wilmington.
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action, directional lost to unc
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happening today, the arena bowl champion philadelphia soul will hold a tryout at the novacare complex. registration is at 8:00. coaches will put players through a series of drill. make sure you have the right gear and shoes for the turf. they kick off their season for 2017 in april. today a feline frenzy at the pennsylvania spca. extra cats and kittens at the adoption center. the cost to adopt an adult cat will be cut in half. the time is 6:57. a few minutes before 7:00 a.m. on your sunday. before the monday morning rush hour hits, drivers are looking for a way to get around a major
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bridge closure between pennsylvania and new jersey. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in bristol with more. >> reporter: katy, work has been happening around the clock. you see right here behind me trying to make repairs to this bridge, but is going to take woo quite a while. we'll tell you some alternate ways around this mess. >> coming up, we're tracking the rain not just for today, but the heaviest hitting stuff is on your first day of the workweek. more on the fog as it starts to thin a bit coming up.
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right now on "nbc 10 news today," shut down for weeks. a major bridge in our area is undergoing some serious repairs after someone spotted a crack. we'll tell you how it's going to change your commute. >> new this morning, officer hospitalized. a crash sends a police officer and driver to the hospital. and tracking rain. take a look at the first alert weather radar. we are seeing showers and wind in our future. it's coming into our entire area this morning before things really pick up this afternoon. >> nbc 10 news starts now. good morning and welcome to "nbc 10 newsay

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